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35 Little Words on How to Cheer Yourself Up When You Feel Upset

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35 Little Words on How to Cheer Yourself Up When You Feel Upset

There is nothing wrong with getting upset, it, however, becomes an issue when you lose control of yourself and have to wallow in a lingering bad mood.

Knowing how to cheer yourself up whenever such bad mood times come up is a great must have trait.

As humans, we all have our ways of going about life. Not everyone can conform to your own ways and vice versa.

Whether you learn how to cheer yourself up or not you can at least try to refrain from becoming an adrenaline junky that comes with all the hormones you experience when you’re angry or in rage.

Some say an effective way to cheer yourself up is to count down from 10 to 1 or stand in front of a mirror and speak calming words out loud to yourself, below are a few self-cheer quotes you can use anywhere even at your workplace.


Quotes on how to cheer yourself up when you get a bad mood at work


01“Yesterday is not today, today doesn’t have to ruin my mood against tomorrow. I will focus on things that are needed and disregard those that are not.”


02“I come to work daily to do my work diligently to the best of my ability. I will not give anyone the right to weigh me down.”


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03“Hello self, I know you are angry and pissed off right now but today is not the day to get vexed over anything. Maybe tomorrow, but not today.”


04“When anger comes to knock on my work desk I will answer with utmost understanding and not fall for it.”


05“All life problems are temporal, same goes for work problems. If I can hang on long enough I would soon smile.”


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06“I will take constructive criticisms but not insults, I will make my point known with assertiveness and walk away from fights”


07“I think I would just confuse everyone who annoys or attempts to piss me off today by smiling at any hurt they throw at me.”


08“Part of the characteristics of being a good team player is actually team playing against all odds. I will put in my best and allow things to play out.”


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09“I will not allow this bad mood over come me. Sometimes things have to fall out to fall into place.”


10“My job competence is not subject to victimization. I will cheer up, find out what needs to be done and get right to it.”


11“Instead of hanging around and suffering in stress and bad moods, I would just seek out someone who needs my help and be of good use.”


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12“I don’t have to overwork myself with anger; I will make corrections and work harder to exceed expectations.”


13“My ability to overcome this is a plus to me. I grow in wisdom and mental strength by knowing when to ignore what is irrelevant.”


14“May music and sweet melodies fill my heart. I don’t have to lose my cool today.”


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15“Fortunately for me, today is not the end of the world. Even if I get angry at work I don’t have to work in anger.”


Quotes on how to cheer yourself up when friends and family put you in a bad mood.


16“Friends are like a merry go round, I don’t expect them to always be on the same plane”


17“No two people are the same; even twins come with their differences, so I don’t expect my good friends to be the same as my annoying ones.”


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18“I think today is the perfect day to go out, kick back, relax, take a few drinks, and forget about all that is bothering me.”


19“Never forget to wear a smile. It is one of the best features I have to offer myself and everyone around me.”


20“I have faith in myself, soreness, rage and bad moods are not my best features, I will take the calm pill and work things out.”


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21“I can always use negative energy to my advantage, I will use my resentment for this person to bring out the best in me.”


22“Everyone has their bad sides; this might just be this person’s ugly side. I will fail to dwell on it and look at the good characters.”


23“I will play the bigger person role, pay no attention to this argument and just walk away.”


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24“Every negative situation has something positive to offer, if I search well enough, I will find it and use it to my advantage.”


25“It is my decision if I want to keep being upset or not, and I choose not to be bothered today nor tomorrow.”


26“I can scream, I can get angry and get pissed off but I won’t give up true friendship.”


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27“What I feel towards myself is goodwill, the sky will not stop being blue because I feel blue, so it is of no use being in a bad mood.”


28“I am only permitted to lose my hatred and anger. I will not lose my happiness or joy.”


29“I am not alone, I still have love in a few family and friends, so I won’t tarnish my trust in them but I will channel it to those who deserve it more.”


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30“I cannot buy true happiness, but I can afford to overlook things that bring sadness or actions and cause me displeasure.”


31“Blunders and mistakes can be made without warning, in the same vein I would strife to finish today happy and right my wrongs.”


32“For every time I choose to overlook what hurt anyone throws at me there is always a cause to smile at the end.”


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33“There are always better times to come. I am stronger than I think I am, and I will overcome this mood.”


34“It will take years of trial and utter failure before anyone can successfully take my joy away from me.”


35“Even a crooked road can take you to your destination, no matter how bent the road of life is, there will always be those stops and landmarks that make it all worth it.”


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How to cheer yourself up without using words


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There is anger and there is rage.

When in rage, you might find it hard to calm down and reason rationally enough to know how to cheer yourself up.

At this stage, simple actions can also help.

Actions such as singing, taking a walk, exercising, playing a game, listening to music, reading a book, writing in a diary, meditation, offering help to someone in need, change of environment, etc.


Things to not do in anger


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The mind, especially an enraged one has a way of tempting you to do things that you might later regret after the heat of the moment.

There are some habits you do moderately when in a good mood, but using them as a means to cheer yourself up might mean unintentionally doing them outrageously.

For example, driving; drinking and driving or driving under the influence of alcohol is bad, so is driving in anger or while your mind is wandering off in rage.

Other examples are drinking, smoking, making sarcastic comments, fighting, punching or hitting hard objects, fist/teeth clenching, sedation, and so on.



Now that you have read a few quotes on how to cheer yourself up you have no reason to allow negative vibes give you a bad mood.

There are so many bad side effects of anger and the person affected the most is you.

The sooner you learn the different ways on how to cheer yourself up the better for you.

The best attitude towards any vexation is to first distract yourself from the cause of the anger and work towards something positive.


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