Steps to coping with failure!!

Steps to coping with failure!!
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    Steps To Coping With Failure!! Welcome to our channel Kismat Destination. Hi this is Punita Tarot card reader Space Energizer. Whether you were denied a promotion at the office or you failed to qualify for a marathon, failing feels bad. Many people will go to great lengths to avoid failing so they don't have to feel painful emotions. Knowing how to cope with failure in a healthy way takes some of the fear out of failing— and it might reduce the pain so you can bounce back better than before. 1. Embrace Your Emotions Don't let failure hold you back. Failure is accompanied by a variety of emotions; embarrassment, anxiety, anger, sadness, and shame to name a few. Those feelings are uncomfortable and many people will do anything they can to escape feeling emotional discomfort. Allowing yourself to feel bad is motivating. It can help you work harder to find better solutions so that you'll improve next time. So go ahead embrace your emotions. Acknowledge how you're feeling and let yourself feel bad for a bit. Label your emotions and allow yourself to experience them. 2. Recognize Unhealthy Attempts to Reduce Pain You might be tempted to say, "I didn't actually want that job anyway," but minimizing your pain won't make it go away. Distracting yourself or filling the void with food or alcohol won't heal your pain either. Those things will only provide you with some temporary relief. Recognize the unhealthy ways you try to avoid or minimize pain in your life. Turning to coping skills that do more harm than good will only make your situation worse. 3. Practice Healthy Coping Skills Calling a friend, practicing deep breathing, taking a bubble bath, going for a walk, or playing with your pet are just a few examples of healthy coping skills. Not every coping skill works for everyone, however, it's so important to find coping skills that will work for you. 4. Develop Realistic Thoughts About Failure When you find yourself thinking that you're hopeless or a loser, there's no use in trying again, reframe your thoughts. Remind yourself of more realistic thoughts about failure such as: I can handle failure. I can learn from my failures. Failure is a sign that I'm challenging myself to do something difficult 5. Accept an Appropriate Level of Responsibility Taking on too much responsibility may cause you to unnecessarily blame yourself. On the other hand, blaming other people or unfortunate circumstances on your failure will prevent you from learning from it. When you think about your failure, look for explanations, not excuses. Identify the reasons you failed and acknowledge what you can do differently next time. 6. Ask Yourself What Can you Learn Failure can be a great teacher if you're open to learning. Did you make a mistake? Did you make a whole series of mistakes? Think about what you could do differently next time. Then, you will ensure your failure has become a life lesson that helped you learn something. 7. Create a Plan for Moving Forward Replaying your failure in your mind over and over again won't do you any good. Dwelling on your problems or rehashing your mistakes will keep you stuck. Instead, think about what you'll do differently next time. Create a plan that will help you put the information you gained from failing into practice. Failure is an inevitable part of life. It can stop us from aspiring and achieving. Dealing with it is a skill, and psychological preparation can go a long way. As with all matters of the mind, however, it's much easier said then done. You have to actively fight it to beat it. How did you cope with failure? What did you learn? pl let me know in the comments below would love to hear from you . Thank you so much for watching. Please do not fail to like,share and subscribe. I'll see you in my next video Always remember you are a limited edition!!
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