- Road Rage
- Accept Things
- Anger Management
- Be Kinder
- Be More Humble
- Birthday Blues
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- Don't Be Ashamed
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- Let Go Of The Past
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- Stop Being Irritable
Stop being irritable and rediscover how to enjoy life
Do you sometimes feel driven to the brink of murder by your irritation with the trivial annoyances of daily life? You are not alone.
Victor Meldrew, the main character in British television comedy series One Foot in the Grave has a place in the British psyche on a par with that held by, say, Homer Simpson in the US. He is the original 'Mr Grumpy'. Made redundant when his job was 'automated', Victor, along with his long-suffering wife Margaret, is determined to enjoy life.
Getting in a rage over nothing
But everything conspires against him. The smallest molehills of suburban annoyance grow into insuperable mountains of frustration and send him into paroxysms of helpless rage. Of course, he is played for laughs - and brilliantly so. But there is a real edge to this comedy, because we have all been there. We all know what it is like to find ourselves in a rage over something that, on the face of it, isn't worth getting excited about.
In a classic episode, Victor and Margaret and a kindly but very tedious friend are stuck in a traffic jam. The entire episode takes place in their stationary vehicle - making it a sort of microscope through which every tiny niggle of frustration and irritation is mercilessly magnified a thousandfold. We might fall off our chairs laughing, but we cannot fail to recognise what Victor's real trouble is. And it is no laughing matter.
The real roots of your irritation
The fact is that high levels of irritability, losing one's temper over every small thing, is not a problem but a symptom. Victor doesn't need anger management classes - although he might get some real benefit from learning how to relax more. Victor's real problem is that there are gaping voids in his life. These are obvious to the audience, but Victor himself is blind to them. He just thinks the world is against him - and gets in a rage.
Why you can't cope with small annoyances and frustrations
His reaction is a common one - you may recognize it in yourself. If you find yourself getting unreasonably angry on a frequent basis over ostensibly little things, you might find it useful to ask yourself why you have so little 'spare capacity' to enable you to brush off annoyances. Could it be a signal that your energies are being drained, like Victor's, to block unmet needs? If so, what are those needs?
How can you go about uncovering what lies beneath your irritability?
How to overcome irritability and raise your tolerance levels
Stop being irritable is a highly focused audio hypnosis session which you can safely use at home. It is a two-pronged process for addressing the physical impact of high irritability (like hypertension, poor sleep, compromised immune system) and the underlying causes.
When you listen to Stop being irritable, you will naturally find yourself unwinding and relaxing - thus reducing the tension brought on by irritability. At the same time you will learn to use your own intuition to pinpoint what is at the root of your own irascibility and develop creative responses.
Download Stop being irritable and begin to enjoy a new inner peace.
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Stop Being Irritable
Narrator: Roger Elliott
Download Size: 10.34 MB
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