How to Stay Positive During Difficult Times

How to Stay Positive and in the “Present” When The Present is Not Pleasant

Do you ever find it easier to stay positive and enjoy the present moment if it is pleasant, but not as easy when it is not? When things are not going according to your desires?

Let me share a technique to stay positive in the present moment even when things are not going your way.

The other day, Kelly and I were driving to a meeting. It was raining a lot. The traffic was moving so slow that we were at risk of being late for the meeting and my friend was getting frustrated. She said; “I hate this rain.” I asked her; “How does this thought  help you?” She replied; “It doesn’t. It makes me feel pretty bad.” When I reminded her of mindfulness that we were talking earlier. She said sarcastically; “This is what I exactly wanted. I love being stuck in traffic due to the rain.”

Is that mindfulness? No.

So what can she do? How can she shift her thinking so she can become mindful at the moment even if she doesn’t like it?

She and I tried to apply the three steps of Stress to Joy system which are:

ACR: Acknowledge, Calm and Reflect.

  1. Acknowledge: We noticed and acknowledged our circumstances ( rain, traffic and running late) and our reactions.
  2. Calm: We calmed down by bringing attention to the moment. We became aware of what we saw ( the rain, the traffic, the sky and slowly changing perspective). What we heard (the sound of rain and car and our breathing and talking). We observed how it felt on our skins (the temperature) and the kinesthetic feeling of the car moving. In essence, we became mindful by bringing attention to each moment intentionally as it was unfolding without judgment (whether we liked the experience or not). Even when we felt a strong judgment, we observed it.
  3. Reflect: We reflected what was in our control and what was not. Rain or traffic was not in our control but driving carefully and making the most of the experience was. We could not change the weather to our desire, but we could adjust our desire to the weather. I shared with her one of the poems I had made in the past for my son to replace the poem he had learned in the school;

“Rain, Rain go away, come again another day.”

(a bad attitude to teaching, the kids, especially when they live in a place like Seattle).

We replaced it with :

“When it rains, I won’t rain,

When it shines, I won’t shine,

When it’s cold, I want cold,

When it’s hot, I want hot,

I want whatever the weather is,

and, therefore,

I am always happy, as I always have, what I want.”

So my friend and I decided to focus on what we could do. We tried to stay aware, moment by moment, both what was outside of us and how we were reacting and adapted our thoughts.

My friend did not say I love rain ( she does when she is playing in it) but she changed her thinking from “I hate this rain” to “I notice that I am getting frustrated at this time as I am running late. Rain is outside my circle. I have done what I could; I left in time, I am driving carefully, and I have informed my contact that I may run late. Now, there is no sense in continuously worrying about it. So I am going to enjoy this moment. We talked, listened to music and noticed the beauty and greenery made possible by the rain. We enjoyed the changing scenes and my friend commented; “I was so occupied and worried that I was not noticing all the beauty around me. I could have missed all this if I had not changed my thoughts.”

My friend had a choice. She could have continued to ruminate on what was not in her control or change her thoughts and perspective.

You also have a choice.

When you don’t choose to change, you are choosing to continue your pattern.

If you don’t notice how your words, thoughts, and attitudes are affecting you like my friend, you may continue to feel frustrated and irritated with daily stressors and may say or do things that do not help. If you do adapt your perspective by acknowledging, calming and reflecting, you may be able to decrease your stress feelings and increase your health and happiness despite your circumstances. You will be able to stay positive and mindful in the present even when the present is not pleasant. What are you going to choose?

If you liked this article and felt it can help others, please share.

You can learn more about this approach in my book; “Stress to Joy; Your toolkit to Restore Peace of Mind in Minutes.”

Dedicated to your health and happiness.

Dr. Rozina.

PS: This technique is from the “Stress to Joy” program. Many people suffer from high work stress which leads to stress-related conditions like heart attacks. Therefore, I am on a mission to take this training to workplaces. If you would like me to bring this training to your team, please get in touch.

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I share many tools and techniques that I have found to be helpful. They are not intended to replace treatments. Please seek treatment from licensed medical or health professionals as needed. I change all names for privacy.

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How can you reduce materialism? – Encouraging Gratitude in Kids

Nowadays kids are getting influenced so much by the social pressures of getting this toy or that.

I just read this article about how encouraging gratitude in kids can reduce materialism. I thought you might like it, therefore, I am sharing. Check it out here

What do you think? 

Share your thoughts if kids could benefit from a gratitude practice too. 

Have you been practicing your gratitude journal? If not, start your practice because materialism is not only affecting kids, it is also affecting adults. 

Dedicated to your health and happiness.

Dr. Rozina.

PS: This technique is from the “Stress to Joy” program. Many people suffer from high work stress which leads to stress-related conditions like heart attacks. Therefore, I am on a mission to take this training to workplaces. If you would like me to bring this training to your team, please get in touch.

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The Stress to Joy® program is available in

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I share many tools and techniques that I have found to be helpful. They are not intended to replace treatments. Please seek treatment from licensed medical or health professionals as needed. I change all names for privacy.

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How to Overcome Fear

The other day, my friend Mary Ann shared her difficulty with the fear of driving, since an accident. She was not sure what to do, even when her family tells her just to overcome it. I shared some thoughts with her that helped her a lot. Let me share them with you in case you or someone you know faces a similar situation.

My friend Mary Ann had a frightening experience one day while she was driving. It was a bad weather day, and a sudden rainstorm made it impossible to see. At one point, her car started to skid. She slowed and soon regained control of her vehicle. She was not in heavy traffic, so there was no accident. But her trouble with breathing and heart-pounding continued for some time.

After that, she experienced stress whenever she thought of driving. Her fear; “What if it happens again?

“Just drive,” her husband said. He wanted her to get over it and run errands as she always had done.

Mary Ann wanted to, but she was not able to overcome the fear. She was worried about another accident and especially the feeling of anxiety she experienced at that time.

She has tried to overcome this fear on her own, but nothing she has tried has worked.

She is reluctant to see a mental health professional due to fear of being called “mental.” Instead, she just avoids driving, limiting her ability to function and enjoy her life. She feels terrible and silently suffers.

Telling her to “just drive” is like telling me to “just swim.” I did not learn to swim as a child, so I can’t “just swim.” I have to train my mind to overcome the fear of water and teach my body to float. I have to develop my muscle memory to swim from scratch, as it was never previously developed.

Until I learn the skill, it would be tough for me to follow the suggestion to “just swim.”

Similarly, until Mary Ann learns to overcome the fear of accidents, she cannot “just drive.”

What can she do?

Most people say; Get professional help. That would help. But is there something she can do to help herself? Before and while she is seeking professional advice?

What would you advise her?

Would following the three basic steps of Stress to Joy Program help her? Let’s see. These basic steps are represented by acronym; ACR.

  • Acknowledge the block/fear and why she wants to overcome it.
  • Calm her body’s reaction.
  • Reflect what is in her control and what is not and make an intentional choice

Acknowledging her fear and the reason she wants to overcome it will give her a direction to focus.

Practicing calming techniques will decrease her body’s reaction and her mind will be clear to think through her issue.

Reflecting will allow her to identify and process her fear thought; “what if it happens again?”

She may challenge the thought. “In my years of driving, the bad experience happened only once. I was able to drive without any problems thousands of times.”

What is the chance of an accident like that happening again? One in thousand times. That is less than 0.01%, so why am I just focusing on that 0.01% and not the other 99.99%?

Yes, It could be dangerous, so I need to take precautions, but I don’t have to stop everything. I have a choice.

“I choose to focus on the 99.99% chance that I will be able to drive and go where I want to go. I will take precautions to avoid that 0.01% chance that I can’t control.”

Do you think my friend will feel better?

If she does not make the choice to help herself, her life will continue to be stuck due to her fears. If she follows through, she may be able to overcome her block and be able to enjoy her life again.

If you face fears and worries like that, do you think using this approach may help you?

You choose. Let me know how it works.

Dedicated to your health and happiness.

Dr. Rozina.

PS: This technique is from the “Stress to Joy” program. Many people suffer from high work stress which leads to stress-related conditions like heart attacks. Therefore, I am on a mission to take this training to workplaces. If you would like me to bring this training to your team, please get in touch.

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The Stress to Joy® program is available in

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I share many tools and techniques that I have found to be helpful. They are not intended to replace treatments. Please seek treatment from licensed medical or health professionals as needed. I change all names for privacy.

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The Crossroad Technique that Eliminates Stress and Worry

Do you ever find yourself worrying about something and it’s like your mind won’t give you a break no matter how much you try to distract yourself?

Let me share an empowering technique to help you stop worrying and enjoy peace of mind again.

I call it the crossroad technique and it is from the Stress to Joy Program. It has helped many people let go of their worries and it can also help you too. 

Learn it in this short video.

Did you like it? This is one of the 21 videos from the “Stress to Joy 21-day Online course”. If you want, you can get an immediate download of all the videos in the course at https://stresstojoy.com/online-course

In addition to the 21 short ( 5-15 min) videos, you will also get the audio downloads, daily worksheets and a bonus of 21 audio guides for 1 min mindfulness exercises. For less than the price of one session with me, you can get my life’s work in this course.

Let me know how these techniques help you decrease your worries, improve your productivity, health and happiness. 

Dedicated to your health and happiness,

Dr. Rozina

# 1 Bestselling Author, Psychiatrist, Transformational Speaker

www.drrozina.com

PS: This technique is an excerpt from the book; “Stress to Joy; Your Toolkit To Restore Peace of Mind in Minutes”. If you have not read that book yet, you can your copy today at stresstojoy.com

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The Stress to Joy® program is available in

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I share many tools and techniques that I have found to be helpful. They are not intended to replace treatments. Please seek treatment from licensed medical or health professionals as needed. I change all names for privacy.

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What is Positive Stress?

The beginning of the year is also a time when people have gone through increased demands of activities, socializing and sometimes vacations. Many times they feel drained and exhausted afterward.

Why?

Because too many of even good things can be stressful for the body and mind.

We call it positive stress. The stress due to too many positive things.

Stress, even when positive, can cause some adverse effects.

Therefore, let me share here how to minimize the negative effects of positive stress by using my personal example.

I had a stimulating end of the year with a vacation planning for a family wedding and release of my Stress to Joy Guided Gratitude Journal, on top of all the year-end stuff a business owner has to do.

It was all thrilling with socializing and excitement. I did not feel any stress although my body was experiencing some negative effects of positive stress.

A few weeks later, I was found to have high blood pressure. Now if you are a healthcare professional, or know someone who is, you may know that doctors make terrible patients because they know all the possible consequences of an illness.

Like many doctors, my mind started going over all the possible worse case scenarios, I could go thru with an underlying high blood pressure; strokes, heart attacks, dementia, etc.

Consequently, I started feeling stressed and worried.

[Yes, stress doctors can also feel stressed].

The next day, I caught myself worrying and decided to apply the basic formula I teach others in the Stress to Joy® program.

Once I went through the exercise I felt relief from stress. I stopped worrying and started feeling empowered to take action. I started feeling calmer again even though my external situation hadn’t changed yet.

What helped me? My journaling practice.

I usually start my mornings with my gratitude journal and follow up with my reflections. So that day as I began to reflect, I applied the basic Stress to Joy® formula ACR.

A – I acknowledged that I am going through the positive stress of publishing as well as vacation planning and business management. Although it makes me happy and excited, it is causing some adverse effects on my health. I noticed the body tension and jumpy thoughts.

C – I calmed down intentionally with the feet to floor exercise and mindfulness.

R – I started reflecting using 3Rs:

Recognize:

I recognized that certain things are in my control and certain things are not. The number on the blood pressure machine is not in my control.

It is in my circle of concern but not in my circle of control.

Although I cannot control it, I can still influence it by taking specific actions; e.g., watching my diet, doing my exercises, making my doctor’s appointment, and taking medications if needed.

Circle of Concern and Circle of Influence

Realize:

I realized that I was reacting by focusing on the worst-case scenarios and that it is not helping me.

Response:

So I told myself to use the mantra for letting go of worries;

“I choose not to suffer before suffering.

Hence, chose to focus on and take steps to get the results I want rather than the results I don’t want.

I added my intention and choice statement to my daily to-do list for my daily reminders:

I chose to –

walk 10 min three times a day.

Drink water, eat healthily and take my meds and vitamins regularly.

Give priority to self-care.

Focus on My “I can” circle.

Do I even need to tell you how it shifted my mindset?

If you can relate to my story, then try this technique regularly and see how it helps you shift your mindset gradually and transform your suffering and stress to health and happiness.

You can learn more detail on this technique and many other techniques like this in the book Stress to Joy. (Specifically, this technique is on page 113). www.stresstojoy.com

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Let me know what you found most useful and if you have any questions.
Dedicated to your health and happiness
Dr. Rozina.
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# 1 Bestselling Author, Speaker,  and Psychiatrist.

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Feeling Depressed?

My friend Jasmine told me the other day, “I feel so stressed. I’m not sure if I am developing depression?”

I shared with her a resource called the Depression Toolkit. The University of Michigan Comprehensive Depression Center developed it. It can help people who may have depression or other mood and anxiety disorders.

The assessment tool helped Jasmine to identify the signs of depression or was simply sad.

Resources in the toolkit helped her learn what other lifestyle changes she could make to get better and stay well.

When depression affects one family member, it affects the whole family. Jasmine also shared the family resource section with her partner. This helped him cope with the situation. It helped him better understand and support her needs.

Best of all, this toolkit is available for free from the University of Michigan Depression Center website.

One in every five people in the US suffers from depression.

I am sharing this resource with you today because you may know someone who does. Hopefully, this toolkit will be helpful for them too.

Together, we can help catch the depression in the early stages when it is easier to treat.

In my practice, I have found that people who educate themselves about their condition feel more empowered. They monitor their health more effectively and take prompt steps to achieve their highest level of functioning.

One problem is that many people do not recognize when they are developing depression. Even when they do realize it, they may sometimes hesitate to seek help. Some people may believe that it might start to define them or that they should not need help to overcome it.

A person is much more than their diagnosis.

If someone meets the criteria, it merely means that they are showing signs of depression. Your personality, talents, skills, and compassion are your defining traits – not depression.

Like diabetes or epilepsy, depression is an illness. If you have diabetes, you need to take steps to control your blood sugar, right? Similarly, if you have depression, you need to take action to manage your mental health.

Click here to visit the University of Michigan Depression Center website.

You can also copy and paste the link in your web browser:
https://www.depressioncenter.org/depression-toolkit

Please share this resource to help those who may be suffering from depression or feeling depressed.

Let me know what you found most useful and if you have any questions.

PS: This technique is an excerpt from the book; “Stress to Joy; Your Toolkit To Restore Peace of Mind in Minutes”. If you have not read that book yet, you can your copy today at stresstojoy.com

Dr. Rozina

#1 Best Selling Author, Speaker, and Psychiatrist
www.drrozina.com

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The Stress to Joy® program is available in
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I share many tools and techniques that I have found to be helpful. They are not intended to replace treatments. Please seek treatment from licensed medical or health professionals as needed. I change all names for privacy.

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Stress Management Tool-Emotional Coping Account

Imagine you’re cut off in traffic on a day when you’re feeling tense with stress. 

Now imagine being cut off on a day where you’re calm and happy.

How is your response different?

You may notice that you respond more calmly when you are not stressed. Now the question is, how do you stay relaxed even when you are stressed. Even when there are a lot of demands and challenges in life? What can you do?

One of the best Stress Management Tools I have found is keeping a good balance in your Emotional Coping Account (ECA).

In a quick video I have for you today, I answer the following questions:

  • What is an Emotional Coping Account and how is it a great stress management tool?
  • Everything that drains this account.
  • How to build your account’s reserves and keep your account positive?

Click here to watch this video on YouTube.

Please share this resource to help those that may be suffering from stress.

If you haven’t already, sign up to get helpful stress reduction tools sent to your email.  You will also get an instant download of “Relaxation exercise for busy people.”

Let me know what you found most useful and if you have any questions.

Dedicated to your health and happiness,

Dr. Rozina

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Camel Faced Technique

How to let go of past insults with Camel Face Technique

The other day, my friend Rene and I met for lunch. As we were catching up, she told me that for some time she has felt frustrated due to a coworker’s insults. One time he even called her stupid.

She knows that she is smart, but she was having a hard time letting go of those words. It was affecting her work performance. Their team communication suffered due to her discomfort. Many days she didn’t feel like going to work, leading to absenteeism.

I shared a technique to release the hold of those words. We laughed a lot. It made so much sense to her that she told me, “I am going to put a camel picture on the side of my notice board at work. It will remind me of my choice to let go.”

Let me share that technique with you here that I call;

Camel Face Technique.

You can also use this technique when you want to let go of past hurtful words. You can decrease the pain by stopping your mind from repeating the insult.

Please use caution. If you have experienced abuse, this technique may not be appropriate. If you have developed Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, you may need a therapist’s help.

This technique works very well with the occasional harsh or hurtful comments. I would reverse the order of these last two statements.

I learned this technique many years ago from a reading course by Ed Strachar. I have modified it and used it to help many of my patients. One patient who came in crying left laughing. She said it was the funniest technique she has ever tried.

It will make more sense if you follow along. I will use Rene’s example when her coworker called her “stupid.”

For this exercise, replace the word “stupid” with whatever that made you feel insulted or hurt.

Recall the image of that person who insulted you. In your imagination, place a funny animal face, like a camel on the body of that person.

See, in your mind’s eye, those humiliating words coming from the camel’s mouth while drooling at the same time.

You can use your creativity and make the image even funnier. Put funny sunglasses or a polka dot dress on the camel.

Can you take these statements seriously?

Now imagine the camel saying it very fast as if you are fast-forwarding a video. Now imagine the camel saying it very slowly in a funny voice while walking backward.

Now make the camel run backward while saying those words. See the camel becoming smaller and smaller until it disappears.

Do those statements hold the same power over you as before?

Most of the time, you will find that either the statements will stop bothering you or make you laugh. Either way, they won’t have the same powerful hold on you as before.

The next time anyone starts insulting you, you can do this technique right at the moment, too.

Bring the image of the camel to your mind. Imagine it on top of the body of the person who is insulting you. You will notice that you won’t feel as offended.

The other person may feel offended if you start laughing, so be discreet. But there is no reason to take those words seriously.

It is their garbage. If someone puts garbage in your space, do you keep it and suffer from the smell or throw it away? Why would you allow the trash coming from someone’s mouth into your heart?

Point to ponder. Try it

Let me know how it works for you.

Dedicated to your health and happiness.

Dr. Rozina

PS: This technique is an excerpt from the book; “Stress to Joy; Your Toolkit To Restore Peace of Mind in Minutes”. If you have not read that book yet, you can your copy today at stresstojoy.com

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The Stress to Joy® program is available in

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I share many tools and techniques that I have found to be helpful. They are not intended to replace treatments. Please seek treatment from licensed medical or health professionals as needed. I change all names for privacy.

Struggling to Achieve your Dreams? Then Watch This Video

“I wish I could achieve my dreams, but I cannot, because…”.

Do you ever find yourself saying this? You feel that you can’t achieve your dreams due to the limitations you have. Most people do, at least sometimes, including me. I recently watched this funny Ted talk and felt so inspired, I wanted to share it with you.

I particularly liked how this person uses humor to deal with life difficulties and how her mindset is helping her in adjusting to her limitations. Her approach is allowing her to achieve her dreams, build a foundation, and make a difference in many lives. All this despite physical disabilities and social obstacles.

Watch “I got 99 problems… palsy is just one | Maysoon Zayid.”

Let me know how you address your limitations and achieve your dreams in life.

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Let me know what you found most useful and if you have any questions.

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What is your purpose?

What Is Your Purpose? Why Are You Doing It?

Every day may not be perfect but every day has a purpose.

Have you ever asked yourself before doing anything as to why you are doing it? Pick any one of your leisure activities or family time or anything else that you’re doing and ask what is the goal of doing it?

What happens when you travel to a place for vacation and your luggage gets lost? Do you get upset and frustrated? The outburst would have been the same for all. When I lost my luggage while on a family trip, I also got very upset.

But, I reminded myself what’s the purpose of this vacation?

The purpose was to enjoy time with family, so I let myself calm down and focused on the purpose.  I started thinking about ways how we are going to enjoy, which places to visit and it automatically changed the direction and we enjoyed our vacation despite the hurdle.

The purpose of sharing this story is to make you understand that even if in the path of your purpose you face many hurdles, once you focus on your purpose, you will be able to reach your destination.

It’s like using your compass to stay in a direction you have chosen for your life; to be happy, peaceful and joyful.

COMPASS is the acronym to remember the seven habits of happiness we use in the program Stress to Joy.

P of our COMPASS represents “Purpose”.

You have often heard this saying when you’re eating the banana eat the banana throw away the peel. We don’t get stuck in the peel and not eat the banana.

I was with my friend the other day and we went to pick her daughter from school. She had a game at her school that day. The first thing her mom asked her was did you win the game?

Her daughter was really upset and she said no. She started giving reasons why they lost the game.  But, was that the real purpose of playing games?

The actual purpose is to enjoy and have fun while playing games, winning is an additional part.

So, what may be a better way to focus on purpose? What if my friend would have asked her daughter, did she have fun playing the game? Hence, it would allow her daughter to focus on real purpose and enjoy the sports whether she wins or not.

When you start gauging the purpose of doing everything, your level of happiness goes higher and the level of stress goes down.

Let’s start practicing it from today.

How do you do that?

I suggest that whatever you do whether you are setting up your goal, whether you are setting up a to-do a task or whether you are doing a leisure activity, whatever you are doing ask Why? What is the purpose of my doing?

Steven Covey recommends writing a mission statement for life. This word “Mission Statement” seems too big or too difficult concept for some. But, come to think of it; What is a mission?

It’s just deciding the purpose of whatever you are doing. Just think every day, what you want to do and what is the purpose and that will eventually help you reach your goal.

My purpose in sharing this blog is to bring your awareness to your purpose so you can achieve your goals despite any hurdles that may come in your way of success.

Click here to watch the video on purpose focus thinking from Stress to Joy 21-day online course.

Let me know what you found most useful and if you have any questions.

Dedicated to your health and happiness,

Dr. Rozina

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I share many tools and techniques that I have found to be helpful. They are not intended to replace treatments. Please seek treatment from licensed medical or health professionals as needed. I change all names for privacy.