4 WAYS TO REMOVE AGITATION
IN MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE
We live in a world that brings pressures, demands, deadlines, and setbacks. For instance, stuck and waiting at a red light, while already ten minutes late for work. Yes, agitation exists as a part of life on earth. To find help, let’s consider 4 WAYS TO REMOVE AGITATION IN MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE.
To remove agitation in marriage and family life, for one week keep a daily record of your agitation episodes.
After the week, evaluate where you are, and where you would like to be. Now allow author Kate DiCamillo’s insight on agitation: “He was agitated for some reason that he could not name.” Have you ever been there, and felt that?
To remove agitation in marriage and family life, use your week-long evaluation to score yourself.
Did you like the results, or do you since there is a need for improvement? If you sense that improvements are required, heed speaker, Jim Rohn’s, advice. He says, “Focus on the solution, not on the problem.”
To remove agitation in marriage and family life, humble yourself.
No longer make excuses, but go to your loved ones and confess you have permitted too much agitation to rule your life. Humble yourself and ask for forgiveness. Tell your loved ones, you want their help, and invite them to correct you. And heed the message from the book, “The Art of Disappearing” by Author Ajahn Brahm. He writes the flowing on how to experience peace:
“We have the ability to calm ourselves. Pacify the agitation that sometimes arises in our heart. Notice the moments when you feel disturbed. Explore simple ways of nurturing calmness. You might draw in a long, slow, deep breath; you might feel your feet on the ground; you might tune into the surrounding sounds of birds or traffic.”
To remove agitation in marriage and family life, rely on a relationship with the Prince of Peace.
Rejoice that Jesus calms raging storms, and has the power to cause agitations to cease. So, let Jesus be your peace that removes all your agitations. He says, “Peace I leave with you; My peace I give you.” Your marriage and family yearns for Christ’s peace to be yours!