Problems and disagreements seem like the worst thing we all want to avoid. But, they are also opportunities for us to find the best way to co-exist with others.
Through problems, disagreements, and adversity, we are given an opportunity to think wide and far about someone and some things very dear to us. We have a unique opportunity to make a difference for the right reasons if we don’t let emotions overcloud our judgment and if we objectively try to find lasting solutions to those issues. Unfortunately, this is hardly the case as emotions supercharge us to only think of the worst of the other person and the situation we are in.
It’s true that disagreements sometimes show people’s true colors, but also if you look at how you have reacted to many situations you will notice that your reaction was not your true color and it was driven by intense emotions. Be careful when you make a judgment of someone’s personality based on their reaction when they are mad and frustrated.
Every problem presents a window of opportunity to question everything and to find better ways to avoid its reoccurrence. It’s all about being in the iterative mindset about the events in your life. To view life’s events as practice sessions, where every instance of adversity gives you room for improvements. This applies to all kinds of negative situations we find ourselves in life.
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