Have you noticed that you’re quick to react negatively to things people say, getting upset and maybe being defensive?

Perhaps you’re prone to reacting this way only with certain people in your life, or about certain topics/hot buttons?

In this video is 1 KEY to help you keep a check on your reactions, preventing you from unnecessarily getting upset.

This is a simple yet super powerful practice…

If you're prone to reacting negatively to things people say, getting upset and defensive - practice 'checking your assumptions'. We can be quick to assume we know what people mean, but are we right? Always check yourself.Click To Tweet

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Have you noticed that you're quick to react negatively and defend yourself in interactions with others? Here's how to control your reactions and prevent yourself from being defensive. #thedailypositive #defensive #communication #relationships
Michelle Farris

Michelle Farris is a marriage and family therapist in San Jose California. She works with individuals, couples and offers online courses. She specializes in anger management and healing codependent relationships. She’s a therapist who “walks her talk” and supports others in transforming habits that hurt. She writes a blog on how to build self-esteem, set healthy boundaries and build relationships without sacrificing yourself. It’s the power of accountability and unconditional support that helps you move forward, let go of the past and truly heal. Visit her website to Get Free Access to Michelle’s Resource Library.

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