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How to not be affected by others

Dear User,

I understand that sometimes it can be challenging to not be affected by others. It is natural to feel impacted by the words and actions of those around us, especially when we care about them. It can be difficult to maintain our own emotional stability when we feel like we are being pulled in different directions. However, it is essential to remember that we do have control over our reactions and how we choose to respond to others.

From a Buddhist perspective, it is important to cultivate mindfulness and compassion. Mindfulness helps us to be present in the moment and observe our thoughts and emotions without judgment. When we practice mindfulness, we can become more aware of our reactions and choose to respond in a more skillful way. Compassion helps us to understand that everyone is struggling in their own way, and we can offer kindness and understanding to others without taking on their emotional baggage.

From a psychological perspective, it can be helpful to set boundaries and practice self-care. Setting boundaries means being clear about what we will and will not tolerate from others. When we set boundaries, we are taking responsibility for our own emotional well-being. Self-care means taking care of ourselves physically, emotionally, and mentally. When we practice self-care, we are better equipped to handle the stress and challenges of daily life.

My coaching advice to you is to start small. Begin by setting one boundary with someone in your life. It could be as simple as saying no to a request that you don't have the time or energy for. Practice mindfulness by taking a few deep breaths before responding to others. Make time for self-care activities that you enjoy, such as exercise, meditation, or spending time in nature. Remember that change takes time, and be patient with yourself as you work towards becoming less affected by others.

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Kazuma Ieiri


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