1. Learn to break off from interpersonal relations
Many of us feel anxious, and sometimes it's because we're not managing our relationships with others. If we don't want to associate with people who are different for value from us, we should break up with them decisively and save our limited energy for those who deserve it.
If it is impossible to stay away from work, just treat it as an ordinary colleague relationship. Do your own work and don't try to be friends. Your expectations are lowered and you won't be so tired.
In addition, to do what we stand for the right things.
2. Don't always think about the future. It's important to live in the present moment
I have a friend who has changed jobs four times in less than a year. I wonder why she keeps changing her job.
She told me that before joining in the company, she thought the position was particularly suitable for her, but after joining in the company, she found that it was far from what she expected. She thought the salary was too low, and she often had to work overtime, or she didn't see much value in her job and saw no future for herself, so she changed jobs frequently.
One of my favorite words: "Don't look to the distant future. Our priority is to deal with the present."
Instead of focusing on whether a job pays well right now, focus on whether the job allows you to grow. Even if you change jobs in the future, what you learn in this job will give you a huge boost in your skills.
3. Learn about time management
A lot of times, anxiety comes from our procrastination. The more things you do, the less you know where to start, the more you procrastinate, and the more anxious you become in the end.
Take out a piece of paper and make a list of what you want to do in the next few days. Break down the work on your head so that each piece is within your comfort zone.
You'll feel a great sense of accomplishment as you complete each task, and you'll be able to accomplish the big task in small steps.
When we can arrange and complete daily tasks in a short day, we will be full of confidence and a sense of achievement, and naturally we will not be anxious.
4. Refocus your attention on another things and do little things that make you feel good
When you're feeling particularly anxious, don't force yourself to do things. Stop what you're doing, clear your mind, and do something that makes you happy and relaxed.
Try putting down your phone and taking time to be alone. Do the little things that make you happy. It could be reading a book, cleaning your room, or even playing your favorite game for a while.
5. Exercise is an antidote to anxiety
When you're feeling down and anxious, get yourself moving.
If you love the gym, go to the gym. If you love the outdoors, you can take a walk for dozens of minutes every day, or go to play ball, mountain climbing, jogging, dancing, it is very good.
6. Learn to make peace with yourself
I don't know if you've learned how to swim. Coaches often emphasize a common sense when teaching their students.
Once a person is drowning, do not struggle at random, it will accelerate the body's sinking. The right thing to do is to keep your mind as calm as possible, relax your body, and it will naturally come up.
When a person is in an anxious mood, it is similar to drowning. Fighting it will only make people more anxious. The best thing to do is to accept it as a part of who you are, not fight it, and find out what works best for you through trial and error.