If asked, the majority of people will admit to regularly having to deal with problems in their daily lives. Some will be easier to deal with then others. Practical every day problems such as getting a home appliance fixed or replaced can be simple. So can arranging for the car to be repaired if it has broken down. These types of problems are straight forward, although often annoying and time consuming. Unlike other problems that can happen in life, that come out of the blue and are not so easy to fix.
Problem solving can fall into more then one category. But the techniques we can use to solve them will be similar. For example. A good way to approach most problems it is helpful to:-
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We have all made a mistake sometime in our life, some of us have made more than our fair share. Yet if you never made a mistake you would never learn anything. You would go on in your own little world thinking that everything was perfect and having no real idea how things really work. As a child you may have had a bicycle, if the bike never had a puncture or the chain never came off, you would happily keep peddling around the streets, not really understanding how you managed to get from A to B. But when the bike broke down, you would of had to get onto your hands and knees, so as to put the chain back on, or you would of had to take the wheel off so you could repair a puncture. By doing this, little by little you became to understand your bike.
Life is just the same, you do not begin to reflect on it, until things start going wrong. You have no need to question your actions if things are going well, you are too busy having fun. But as soon as the metaphoric wheels fall off from beneath you, it becomes inevitable that you will question why.
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At some point in our lives, it is highly likely that we will experience a period of extreme upheaval. When nothing seems to go right, or as planned. Unexpected events occur for which we are totally unprepared. Indeed, it can seem at these times, as if the very fabric of our lives is being torn apart or thrown upside down. Particularly, when experiencing traumatic life events; such as financial hardship, bereavement, divorce, redundancy or a potentially life threatening illness.
As Individuals, we all cope with difficult situations differently. Often no one knows how they will react to stress and adversity, until something happens or goes wrong to test them. One of the most important things to do, is to not be afraid to reach out and ask for help. But, you would be surprised how difficult this can be for many people. This can be for a variety of reasons. But primarily I believe it is a matter of pride and ego. Particularly for those who find it very difficult to admit to others, that they are unable to cope. For they believe to do so, would be an admission of weakness and failure.
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Peace is one of those things that most of us try to find, yet it sometimes seems to elude us. A lot of the time, we are at fault because we don’t let peace and quiet into our lives; we check our text messages while we watch television and eat a microwave meal at the same time, for instance. How is this going to help us achieve inner peace? As our lives become busier, multi-tasking has become the in thing. We are encouraged to do more than one thing at once, to save us time, yet most of us fill this extra time with more of the same. If we carry on like this, we are heading for burnout.
What is internal peace?
Internal peace is the sort of peace that makes us feel calm and centred. It enables us to cope with the stresses and strains that everyday life throws at us. You will notice the difference in somebody who has managed to find internal peace, because their life seems to run smoothly. They always seem so happy and carefree when you see them. They radiate good health and seem comfortable in their own skin. You can have this too, if you open up your mind and heart to achieving internal peace for yourself.
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