We often get the ‘humph’ from those little things in life that either you or others do or don’t do.
-When no one’s replaced the empty loo roll-
-When you forget to leave early to get petrol-
Compared to serious life events, events that trigger a humph might seem insignificant, but they can soon add up and become the straw that breaks the camels back.
Usually when we have the humph feelings of frustration and anger arise, then, comes the huffing and puffing as we try to sort things out.
But, it’s our choice to how we respond to these events. Sometimes these events receive a humph and sometimes they don’t. This mostly depends on how we perceive our day is going.
We often think it’s the event that causes the humph but it’s the individual that choses to react with the humph or not. It’s up to us.
Don’t let the ‘Humph’ get the better of you! Learn how to knock it into shape today.