Practice forgiveness. No one is perfect, and it is easy sometimes instead of looking at our own faults to point out others and hold grudges. Many things can happen to us that are hard to forgive, but forgiveness was given to us free, and we should definitely freely give it to others.
Learn to forgive yourself, forgive others, and ask for forgiveness. If you’ve had a bad day and yelled at your kids, take a moment to say you are sorry even if you do not want to do it. Doing so will take you a step forward on the road to personal development and show proper coping techniques at the same time. Same goes if you yelled at a cashier or a co-worker. Show the way of being able to ask for forgiveness and to forgive.
The quest to better oneself is as old as time, and numerous philosophers, religions, and industries have offered their perspectives and commentaries on how to best achieve this goal. Lasting change is possible, but it will take strength, determination and patience on your part. I wish you success on your journey!
Fitness Coach Mike,