What To Do If a Loved One Upsets you

If a loved one upsets you, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU DO NOT react in a negative way because it will make the situation worse. Instead TRY MY TIP below:

The minute you get upset with someone:

  • Start thinking of 5 things that you love about them

  • Or 5 things that they do to you and you love them for it and you are grateful


Your negative emotions will immediately start to deflate and you will start to look at the bigger picture rather than something they did and didn’t mean to upset you.

Your loved ones never really mean to upset you!

Let us know if it worked for you as well.

Good luck.


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12 Replies to “What To Do If a Loved One Upsets you”

  1. This is a very interesting post. Short, simple, and straight to the point. And an easy and practical method to apply to one’s life immediately. Thanks for sharing! I’m sure it’ll help those who apply it!

    1. Thank you Courtney. we wanted to share something that is quick, snappy and practical to apply and also it’s our tried and tested method. Hope it will help you and many others who are looking for an effective method, such as what to do when a loved one upsets you. All the best


  2. What a great idea! That is definitely something that most people don’t even think about, let alone in the heat of the moment during an argument.
    This is something I will definitely keep in mind when the situation arises.
    Thank you for the great post!

    1. That’s true. That’s why we’ve written this post as a reminder for the readers as well as for us. As it’s easy to be negative than positive, and building the positivity is like building muscles, we have to keep exercising it before we can see the change. Hope it helps. Wish you all the best and please keep sharing your perspective, much appreciated.


  3. I like your advise, too many people react without thinking and after a while resentment sets in and love is forgotten.
    I like the illustrations, gets the point across. Well done.

    1. There is no room for any resentment in a long term relationship. You should be open and honest and the other person should acknowledge and respect your views and opinions and together you come to a best solution. I’m glad you liked the way we tried to get the message across.

      kind Regards, Rani

  4. Hi Rani. This is good advice. Simple and effective. It’s always good to look at the long-term picture to remember why you are with this person. Releasing negative emotions at the moment can be very dangerous for any relationship.

    1. Yes, If we step back and look at the bigger picture we will be able to have a better perspective of the situation and these minor things won’t matter then. Thank you for sharing your useful views.


  5. Sure, most of the times when we are angry, we don’t think of what our loved one did to us some hours or days ago, even years ago. We can easily be separated by a simple mistake from our loved ones.
    Good word, thank you so much.

    1. Thank you so much for your response. I completely agree with you as majority of the time the reasons for the distress might be a simple misunderstanding or their use of language. I feel if we can get over this stage we can create very solid relationships.

      Best of luck, Rani

  6. I can feel how my anxiety is easing off reading this. Yes, you are right to say that our loved ones don’t mean to upset us. If we start remembering things they do for us and how that makes us happy, this world will be a happier place. Thank you

    1. I’m glad to know that this method is going to help you with your immediate relationship. You’re right, that’s how I see things in life. Best of luck.

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