Practicing patience is more important than ever. New neuro-scientific evidence proves that the hurried, multi-tasking world we interact within has fundamentally rewired our brains to expect instant gratification, or at least quick results. This means that patience is becoming less the norm.
Our brains were originally wired to keep moving so that we weren’t in danger of being eaten by larger mammals. Our fight or flight response served us well in prehistoric times. But now, our brains have rewired themselves to expect things and people to move even faster…and not for important reasons like survival.
Our fast-paced world where instant gratification has become the only acceptable outcome makes it tough to be a patient person. Practicing patience first requires developing it. Patience won’t happen overnight, but the effort you put into it will improve your quality of life. You’ll enjoy better relationships, more peace of mind and even better health.
We all lose our patience sometimes, and you can’t expect yourself to be perfect in every tense or frustrating situation, but using the tips and techniques you’ll learn here will make it easier for you to develop patience both with yourself and the others you interact with.
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