Struggling to cope? Here’s how to avoid Christmas burnout

Don't lose your temper, read our guide first 
Don't lose your temper, read our guide first  Credit: Sebastian Gauert
三级成人视频 says: “During an argument, you are in flight or fight mode – meaning stay and argue or run away. If you’re going to argue: acknowledge the other person’s perspectives and think before you speak. If you are going to run: make it ‘measured flight’, say ‘I’m off to clear my head’ and go for a walk and or do some breathing exercises.

“Don’t dwell on arguments, and forget any illusions of perfection, peace and harmony. Just live in the moment. But if you are feeling hurt do not ignore it. Acknowledge your feelings and then let them out in a controlled way, write notes, scream on a walk, listen to music turned up loud. Express the feeling, don’t suppress it.” If it’s all going off and you’re at the heart of it, it’s probably easier to turn to your breath (that’s spelt B.R.E.A.T.H, not B.O.O.Z.E.).

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Don’t feel bad, even the greatest yogis are tested. To quote Ram Dass, “If you think you’re enlightened, go spend a week with your family.”