How to Keep Things in Perspective
Do petty things worry and stress you? How about the greater things? What can you do about them? Read on to find out.
Things like your child not doing homework or losing a duplicate key of your car may concern you greatly. Keep them from a particular perspective that you will render to and handle them in the right way. Once you have done that, flow onward during the day with happiness at work.
How about the greater things like your wife being sick or the roof of your home has a bad leak? These things will have to be tended to also. Take preparatory actions like taking your wife to the doctor or reaching out to a plumber to come and take a look at the roof leak. You can't let these things exhaust your whole day. You have taken action, and so rest in peace. The answers are on the way, and you save them in perspective, which may be easier said than done.
But try it - you may even share with a partner at work and continually focus on your work tasks for a good many hours and then take a leave an hour earlier to perpetrate to your problems and make them look better for you.
The wife may be feeling better after an afternoon nap. The plumber will have looked at the leak and therefore, he would tell you how much he would charge for fixing it. These are some of the ways to work out problems - big or small without taking in stress or pressure.
It may not always be your view that you have to rely on because of friends, colleagues or loved ones provide better views, you are free to share those. Your children are always clashing, arguing and fighting with each other while they are at home. Your wife suggests to buy them individual tablets and then by browsing over the web, they can be busy learning new stuff. It's her view but a good one that you cannot ignore in the modern-day.
You will research on the internet about children's tablets and if you find them at reduced rates, yes, one of these days, you will buy them to stop and put an end to sibling rivalry. Another example could be an exchange with your wife for using her car and for not refilling it with gas. It goes on for many days.
You go irritable to the office, and a kind co-worker asks your problem. You confess to him everything. Well, your colleague helps you to realise that since you are borrowing your wife's car for errands, it is fair of her to expect her car's gas tank to be filled if you are the last person to use it for the day.
It is your colleague's view but can be an eye-opener for you. You realise how selfish you have been and would like to borrow your colleague's solution and apologize to your wife and make it a point that if you are the last person to use your wife's car for the day, you will refill her gas tank. Peace predominates in the family.
Summing up, this is how you can deal with big or small things keeping them indefinite perspectives. They may be your own or received by the good people in your life. Gotcha?