Find Your Comfort Factor To Remain Calm


Shit hits the fan sometimes. You can quickly find yourself feeling panicked, stressed, helpless or distraught. When you begin to feel worked up all of a sudden, you may not have much time to handle your emotions.

Staying calm in tough situations will help us recover more quickly so that we can be proactive and purposeful. When you’re in the middle of a hectic day or an important event, you don’t want your emotions to get the best of you.

What’s your comfort factor? What helps keep you chill? What can you quickly rely on when the going gets tough?

  • For some people it’s prayer, others it’s visualization of a happy memory. For some it’s focusing on a few deep breaths, others it’s repeating a simple reminder or quote. Some people can quickly resort to gratitude, others prefer to use a physical cue.

There are tons of helpful practices and reminders, but you gotta find what works for you.

Remember, you want to choose a positive choice as a comfort factor, and not rely on something that’s just going to feed your ego, or another unhealthy response. 

What is your comfort factor? Share in comments.



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