How to quit anything..

Self-control is a difficult thing, no question. Which is why a popular trick from dieting might be helpful. Some diets allow a “cheat day”—one day per week in which dieters can eat anything and everything they want. Indeed, they’re encouraged to write a list during the week of all the foods they craved so they can enjoy them all at once as a treat (the thinking being that if you’re eating healthy six out of seven days, you’re still ahead).

At first, this sounds like a dream, but anyone who has actually done this knows the truth: each cheat day you eat yourself sick and hate yourself afterward. Soon enough, you’re willingly abstaining from
cheating at all. Because you don’t need it, and you definitely don’t want it.

It’s not unlike a parent catching her child with cigarettes and forcing him to smoke the whole pack. It’s important to connect the so-called temptation with its actual effects. Once you understand that indulging might actually be worse than resisting, the urge begins to lose its appeal. In this way, self￾control becomes the real pleasure, and the temptation becomes the regret.

Trump’s anger leds to…

Getting angry almost never solves anything. Usually, it makes things worse. We get upset, then the other person gets upset—now everyone is upset, and the
problem is no closer to getting solved.

Many successful people will try to tell you that anger is a powerful fuel in their lives. The desire to “prove them all wrong” or “shove it in their faces” has made many a millionaire. The anger at being called fat or stupid has created fine physical specimens and brilliant minds. The anger at being rejected has motivated many to carve their own path.

But that’s shortsighted. Such stories ignore the pollution produced as a side effect and the wear and tear it put on the engine. It ignores what happens when that initial anger runs out—and how now more and more must be generated to keep the machine going (until, eventually, the only source left is anger at
oneself). “Hate is too great a burden to bear,” Martin Luther King Jr. warned his fellow civil rights leaders in 1967, even though they had every reason to respond to hate with hate.

The same is true for anger—in fact, it’s true for most extreme emotions. They are toxic fuel. There’splenty of it out in the world, no question, but never worth the costs that come along with it.

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How to react to these Ă—Ă—…..

Here’s a funny exercise: think about all the upsetting things you don’t know about—stuff people might have said about you behind your back, mistakes you might have made that never came to your attention, things you dropped or lost without even realizing it. What’s your reaction? You don’t have one because you don’t know about it.

In other words, it is possible to hold no opinion about a negative thing. You just need to cultivate that power instead of wielding it accidentally. Especially when having an opinion is likely to make us aggravated. Practice the ability of having absolutely no thoughts about something—act as if you had no idea it ever occurred. Or that you’ve never heard of it before. Let it become irrelevant or nonexistent to
you. It’ll be a lot less powerful this way..

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Letter to mom and dad from a CHILD.

It bring tears in me. When I found this thing which affected the most children’s growth. All these said to me to find solution for it. Share this thing a lot. Bring hope to all children.

What parents think about:
I can’t do this.
Iam not capable of speaking to anyone.
Compare me.
Never seen a anything worth.
What they say:
Doing business is not for you.
What everyone thinks is mattered more than my happiness.
Iam not fit to live here.
I don’t handle any problem.
Iam not capable of doing better things.
They need a better child
Than me. Atleast not me.
What happened after living this life:
It is hard to live your life yourself.
I love loneliness.
I love home when no one is there.
I play music hard and dance like. homeless. When no one there
Hopeless mind.
Shouting inside me. Shouting when no one there.
Useless heart.
No one is understanding.
Relationship are hard to find.
Not liking to talk to anyone.
What I lost:
Love from them.
Hope from them.
Happiness.
Care from them.
What will the same person do, if i ain’t here;
Drug.
Smoke.
Run away.
What words i need:
You can do anything
I will do anything for you. Your happinesss is important than anything
Don’t worry i am here
Shoulder to lay on
Lap too sleep on
Words to heal my soul..

Share this with every parents to make their child happy..

All these things came to my desk by the paragraph which is below..

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Freaking out and breaking things?

The next time someone gets upset near you—crying, yelling, breaking something, being pointed or cruel—watch how quickly this statement will stop them cold: “I hope this is making you feel better.”

Because, of course, it isn’t. Only in the bubble of extreme emotion can we justify any of that kind of
behavior—and when called to account for it, we usually feel sheepish or embarrassed.

It’s worth applying that standard to yourself. The next time you find yourself in the middle of a
freakout, or moaning and groaning with flulike symptoms, or crying tears of regret, just ask: Is this actually making me feel better? Is this actually relieving any of the symptoms I wish were gone?

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Power of paranoid FEAR!!!

Only the paranoid survive,” Andy Grove, a former CEO of Intel, famously said. It might be true.
But we also know that the paranoid often destroy themselves quicker and more spectacularly than any enemy. Seneca, with his access and insight into the most powerful elite in Rome, would have seen this dynamic play out quite vividly. Nero, the student whose excesses Seneca tried to curb, killed not only his
own mother and wife but eventually turned on Seneca, his mentor, too.

The combination of power, fear, and mania can be deadly. The leader, convinced that he might be
betrayed, acts first and betrays others first. Afraid that he’s not well liked, he works so hard to get others to like him that it has the opposite effect. Convinced of mismanagement, he micromanages and becomes
the source of the mismanagement. And on and on—the things we fear or dread, we blindly inflict on
ourselves.

The next time you are afraid of some supposedly disastrous outcome, remember that if you don’t control your impulses, if you lose your self-control, you may be the very source of the disaster you so
fear. It has happened to smarter and more powerful and more successful people. It can happen to us too.

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Impulses of life..

Think of the manic people in your life. Not the ones suffering from an unfortunate disorder, but the ones whose lives and choices are in disorder. Everything is soaring highs or crushing lows; the day is
either amazing or awful. Aren’t those people exhausting? Don’t you wish they just had a filter through which they could test the good impulses versus the bad ones?

There is such a filter. Justice. Reason. Philosophy. If there’s a central message of thought, it’s
this: impulses of all kinds are going to come, and your work is to control them, like bringing a dog to heel.Put more simply: think before you act. Ask: Who is in control here? What principles are guiding me?