Abira Nasir

Abira Nasir is a lead content writer at The Girls Lifestyle since 2016. Her passion is to help girls in all aspects of health, fitness, fashion and many other problems that girls can face in their lives. Her goal is to provide trending information about human life to ladies and keep them updated.
Life Rule: "Never depend on others for your happiness."


  • Tracy @ Cleland Clan 6 months ago

    Walking away is one of the easiest ways, however it’s not always possible. I appreciate your other suggestions such as changing your position, smiling, or taking a deep breath.

  • Anna 6 months ago

    I think the best for me is to just stop speaking in these situations. Love all your points though!

  • Shannon 6 months ago

    I don’t lose my temper exceptionally easy (except sometimes in traffic haha), but this is seriously some great advice! I’ve also noticed that sharing my frustrations with my therapist and discussing ways to work through them has helped me with my temper in all parts of my life.

  • Jen @ Jenron Designs 6 months ago

    Wow this is a great post, I have been known to go 0-60 in the anger category sometimes, even though I know there is nothing I can do about it. I really wish I could be more chill about things but I guess when you are really passionate about the topic, it just runs deep. I am probably best suited to just stop speaking….in most cases….. since I have a huge issue with foot in month syndrome too, LOL!!!

  • Sindhuja Kumar 6 months ago

    Great post. I love all the suggestions you have mentioned. Stop speaking is one of the best points that could suit in many situations.

  • Tiara 6 months ago

    I want to try out boxing sooo bad! I’m nervous though lol.

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