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SHORT TEMPERED, LACKS RESPONSIBILITY, LOOKS HASTY, WHAT TO DO ?

MY BROTHER (28 YEARS) IS VERY SHORT TEMPERED, LACKS RESPONSIBILITY. LOOKS HASTY. HE CAN'T STAY IN A PLACE FOR A MOMENT. HIS ATTITUDE IS TOTALLY DIFFERS FROM NORMAL PERSONS. HE NOT KNOWING HIMSELF THAT HE IS ABNORMAL. BUT HE IS WORKAHOLIC AND COMMITTED AND SYSTEMATIC. NOT TAKING FOOD PROPERLY. ALWAYS HE IS THINKING SOMETHING NOT REACTING TO THE PRESENT MOMENT..WAT SUGGESTION CAN WE HAVE?
Asked On : Wed, 6 Jan 2010
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Tell him to do some meditation. Show him some inspirational movies like Forrest Gump, The Shawshank Redemption :)

Answered: Wed, 6 Jan 2010
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Yes, as the previous comment states, meditation can do wonders. Indulging in thought decreases awareness, which also decreases your ability to reason. Let him know that if he takes pride in himself, he should also work on increasing his awareness which will make him more controlled, smarter, and emotionally stronger.

Answered: Sat, 15 May 2010
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