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Charles F. Glassman
The way I see it, our natural human instinct is to fight or flee that which we perceive to be dangerous. Although this mechanism evolved to protect us, it serves as the single greatest limiting process to our growth. To put this process in perspective and not let it rule my life, Iexpect the unexpected;make the unfamiliar familiar;make the unknown known;make the uncomfortable comfortable;believe the unbelievable.
N.K. Jemisin
Fear of a bully, fear of a volcano; the power within you does not distinguish. It does not recognize degree.
Sam Owen
Correctly identifying a negative emotion takes the brain out of fight-or-flight mode and into problem-solving mode, out of tension, anger and confusion and into ease, calm and clarity.
Sam Owen
When you become aggressive in arguments, you force the other person to become defensive which means they'll either get ready to fight you or ready to flee from you.