Most important thing is to shift your perspective... there are very few things that are worth putting yourself in a bad mood for. Occasionally you need to take a step back so you can see your own over-reaction for what it was.
>Happens in the middle of the work day? > >I had a bit of an upsetting conversation midday. It wasn't >that upsetting but he didn't get back to me which was >upsetting. I just realized he tried calling me but I was on a >phone call and didn't even get a ring from his call. But I >was so upset for a few hours, I couldn't get any work done. >There's a 7 hour time difference so there was a small window >to speak and it closed without the issue being resolved. > >I could work but I realized I was fucking up and so called it >quits, just did the minimum and called it a day. I didn't >want to ship a package to Germany that should have gone to >Indiana or do something similarly dumb. Sometimes I won't >leave my house if I'm in a bad mood or preoccupied with >something bc driving distracted scares the crap out of me. > >Anyway, how do you clear your mind and focus when you're >upset?