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It’s my nature

English: A metaphorical visualization of the w...

A metaphorical visualization of the word Anger. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Being anyone’s nature means some sort of qualities or characteristic that one has. I think it may encompass the emotional expressions like anger or happiness or even personal qualities like kindness or cruelty. So for anyone to talk of his or her nature is more of something he or she cannot change and will always be like that. For example there are people who will always look very angry thus unpopular to the fact that many people will tend to avoid them for fear of coming head on with this anger facial expression.

I remember a day I was in a school meeting and as parents we are introduced to a new staff member and the parents frankly wondered if she would be able to handle their grievances given the seriousness look on her face which made her look angry.

As she stood up to address the parents, she is friendly to work with and they should just assume the nature of her looking a bit serious. But just out of curiosity, is it true that sometimes what we take to be a nature thing may send totally different signals of who we really are.

But then a smile makes us beautiful and so if it’s your nature to smile then the best it is for you. Then something else, as human beings its true we tend to hide in this my nature situation depending on the prevailing circumstances. This means we can still change our usual looks to fit in what we are going through.

But what of kindness, harshness or cruelty, these are qualities that are encompassed in the ‘my nature scenario’ but they are more of someone’s choice. It’s obvious to hear people talk of someone with a good heart meaning easy to deal with but vice versa for someone in the opposite side of  having a good heart.

 

Anger

There is swahili saying that goes ‘Hasira hasara’ and interpreting it further meaning anger accompanies itself with destruction or a loss. We all get angry but what matters is to what extent or whether you have allowed it to consume the better part of us. Anger is an emotion that requires anyone to control himself or herself before it can lead to something undesirable. Anger makes people to end up fighting and especially if those involved feel they are meant to really carry the day.

I remember a time when I was very angry that I was putting sugar in my food instead of some salt only to realizing after cooling down a bit .I think anger just makes one forget what sanity is and just makes one to react in a reckless manner.

We have heard incidents where some parents have gone ahead to severely beat up their children of seriously injuring them yet in the name of just punishing them for the wrong done. But what happens is a parent will absent mindedly beat up a child only to realize when it’s too late that they have caused them physical harm. So such a parent will end up incurring other unplanned expenses to take the child to the hospital for medical check-up all because of allowing inner saturation in anger.

As human beings it can be a lie to say that we can live without getting angry because as long as we are mingling with one another then getting angry at times is definitely possible. So we ought to be cautious not to allow anger to define our course of actions. Let’s be critical thinkers even when angry because if you stop even for a second, you surely get a sane way forward. Let’s not make rush decisions in anger because whatever follows is not something that we would have desired to get or have.

Your Enemies Hide So Much From You..

I do respect every point of view that is directed to my course of life. I have learned to appreciate that in life, everyone is right and it only matters when the answer is right for a good question asked.

In this case, life gives us two options for us to choose between the two distinct factors, a right, which not easy make a valid decision, and the wrong decision that determines where we land as whole.

Now, in what I have learned in this life that needs constant evaluation to determine where I stand. I have come to realize that those people you hate the most are always the one you need the most.

For example, while I was in High School, I was always being surrounded by good buddies who were always willing to be there for me, helped me out whenever I needed something but they could not help me lots in academic fields.

For this reason, I had to seek for assistance from the quiet type of guys who were my biggest rivals in class work and in fieldwork.

In time, I came to realize that those guys never really hated me, but they envied my potential to mingle between social and academic life and excel in both. To them, because they were not accepted for their personalities, they chose to pursue something they were comfortable with.

Later, I helped them, showed them the way to navigate where they never had a chance. Lastly, we all benefitted from each other’s friendship.

Since that moment, I became aware that friends should be there to lead the way, but those people you consider to be your rivals or enemies are there to teach you how to make ways into unleashing your full potential.

The most important choice in life is to pursue for information hidden in your hater’s mind. Moreover, never even think of using someone else in retrieving that information. Be there in person, learn and know how to handle that hatred into friendship. Then make things right for better tomorrow.

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How to Control Anger

Anger Controlls Him

Anger Controlls Him (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

While some of find it easy to control anger, a good number of people have no control when enraged. They might do something so stupid before realizing too late of their deeds.

Anger management is a tough go. However, it depends on an individual. The will to be a good person plays the major role in this reform task.

The thought of doing what is right at the right time is what brings someone’s senses to reality. It may take long for someone to master this important trait. Nonetheless, when it happens, one needs to keep practicing in order to overcome anger in unnecessary situations.

Another thing that helps in anger management is being associated with people who are not easily irate. This closeness acts as a shied or a barrier from anger in a situation where one wants to burst into angry-flames but other people seems to be so calm and unmoved. This helps someone to realize that anger is not the only solution to human problems.

In most cases, people who have a problem with anger tend to believe that anger makes them superior in the society. They believe that they can make their way through in any situation because of their violent way of dealing with things. This is wrong because anger only arises agony in the society. And when people are pinned into a desperate situation, they would respond by violence. And the cycle repeats on and on in revenge missions.

Sometimes as human beings, we are forced by circumstances to assume the lowest position in the society for better good. Being infuriated and violence only makes the situation to deteriorate, and might end up badly instead of solving a simple misunderstanding that needs non-violent approach.

Well, if you only need to accept the fact that the pen is mightier than the sword and make peace instead of going out to beat up somebody.

People’s Source Of Anger

Two people in a heated argument about religion...

Two people in a heated argument about religion when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke at Columbia University. Click the audio button found above and to the left to listen to them. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What is it with anger? According to expert in anger management firms, they conclude that people get angry because of their fellow humans. In the record, one psychologist said that he has treated anger related patients and that the victims blame people around them as the cause of their anger problems.

In your life, you might have had that time when you got so angry because some did something really annoying, or because someone created a problem that got you into deep trouble. And worse if you knew who the person was but you could not do anything about it. You are not alone!

One convicted criminal said that he do not regret having spend three years behind bars, but what made him so angry is the fact that his accomplice in crime and the mastermind of underworld crime syndicate testified in court against him. And that while in jail, the same person visited him and told him why he choice that sacrifice for better good of underworld business.

Why do people make other angry?

We have people who likes seeing others in trouble. Such people do not care about the outcome of their deeds, what they really want is to see others suffering. The bad thing is, they are everywhere. From work place to your close friends, you would find them there. Doomed are the people who marries such like characters… It means no peace of mind; if not in the house then you will find trouble waiting for out-there.

Still, why?  The answers to this is somewhat complicated. We have those who are naturally born to cause anger—- they just can’t control themselves in trouble making and we have some who would do this because of a final catch. The later are usually found at your work place and there main aim is to either find favors in such deeds or to make sure someone is a loser.

Anger can be manged if only the heart that was pinched comes to rest, accept the outcome and move on. It is not easy to forget how it happened but with desire to let go, everything can be all right.

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