We all make mistakes, get angry and talk badly. It is in human nature. You probably don’t do like these if you have practiced being calm in every situation.
For rest of us, it is tough.
Bad day happens. We upset our mood and anyone who comes to console, talk with us or just a simply “hi”, we react very badly. That is our next mistake.
Being in a bad mood is okay, reflecting it on everyone else is not okay. If you can’t do so, then take a leave, go for a walk or talk to your mom for 20 minutes. Come back in a good mood.
What to do when we behave badly?
Say sorry and explain things. Really mean it. When you do so, the other person would be okay with your behavior and it will not put a scratch in your relationship.
Saying sorry is tough, it requires courage. Most of us shout to others in front of 10 people, say sorry when we are alone with them.
The key to saying sorry is to say it quick. The more you think, the more things will get worse. Say sorry and explain without being aggressive. Understand your mistakes and feel good.
Make it a habit to isolate yourself when in bad mood. Play a game, talk to parents or just listen to music. If you keep reflecting your bad mood to people you care, you will lose them.
Sorry doesn’t give you the permission to exploit their feelings, respect and good will.
If mistakes happen, say sorry, own it and mend it. Don’t repeat it. When was the last time you apologized for your mistake? How tough it was?