10 Powerful steps to becoming a calmer, more peaceful you.

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It is very difficult to keep calm in today’s world where success is no longer measured by who we are, but how much we’ve achieved. It has become acceptable to be as nasty and as cunning as possible as long as it can help us to achieve material success and world-wide fame.

We have allowed the small percentage of people in the world, who have fame and fortune to be the measuring stick against which we rate our lives. We forget that unlike them we live normal lives, we have to manage our own finances, battle our own health and weight issues, raise our own children and travel without a posse to carry our physical and emotional baggage.

In order to do all of these things effectively, we need to forget the rat race to fame and fortune and maintain a measure of calmness in our lives. In this article, we will learn how to do this.

These will help with your relationship with peace

1. Write down your most pressing problems on a piece of paper.

Under these lay out the worst possible, and the best possible outcomes for each problem. At the end of the page, record what you think would actually happen (which would fall somewhere in-between)

Have a look at the piece of paper when you feel that this problem has reached a point of resolution. You will find that the worst possible outcome hardly ever happens. Doing this often, for all of your problems will soon show you that the worst seldom happens. When problems arise in the future you will have documented proof that the outcome is rarely as bad as you think.

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Anne Lyken-Garner is a published author, editor and freelance writer. Her specialities include relationships and confidence building. You can find her inspirational memoir here.
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