How to Chill Out – Habits That Help Me

“If you ask what the single most important key to longevity is, I would have to say it is avoiding worry, stress and tension. And if you didn’t ask me, I’d still have to say it.” George F. Burns

One very helpful life skill is to be able to chill out. To be calm in negative situations and not overreact about all kinds of things or invent big, big problems in your mind or create them in your world as you drag other people in through arguments by making mountains out of molehills.

  • Have a lot less stress, worry and pointless conflicts with other people.
  • Waste less of your time, energy and thoughts on things that aren’t really that useful.
  • Attract what you are. To be able to draw people who are more relaxed and positive about life into your life then you have to be that person yourself. People like to hang out with people who are similar to them. Being someone that can be cool and relaxed about things is a positive and attractive social quality for any kind of relationship.

The point is to play around and find a new perspective and drag yourself out of your current negative, stressed and confused head space and see things in another light. Just doing that can often help you to calm down, realize that this isn’t a huge deal and help you to think a bit outside of your own box and find a solution that you can apply.

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