What does one gain from yelling?
Can't the same thing be told with love instead?
I think, one gains nothing, but high blood pressure. Yelling, shouting, getting angry, etc-etc... makes the person iscolated and subsequently, that person develops evil/bad thoughts. One should always be loving and broad minded in order to gain peace, happiness, love, wonderful thoughts and abundant good habits. Wow! how powerful love is and it's a great medicine to heal the wounds of sad ones
You'll also gain loss of your voice......were common in this part of the world (we love to yell for the smallest of reasons).....also puts stress on the brain and that leads to serious headaches.......
Yelling is usually counterproductive, but not always. Unfortunately, yelling is sometimes necessary to attract attention. But don't yell at someone unless there is literally no other option. Yelling can also help relieve stress. It doesn't need to be directed at anyone to achieve that purpose. Turn up the television and yell, and you might find that you feel better afterwards.
Everything can be said calmly and with care and love, even when you're so mad and angry. Just tell yourself you will not yell and you will be surprised by the effects that will follow.
When people are angry, they are full of various emotions and those emotions drive them into aggressive behavior.
When it comes to children, yelling is nothing but a cry for help, because we don't know what to do.
Children don't consider yelling as authority, but as our weakness.
It is definitely contra productive, takes energy away and doesn't bring any results.
i did sometimes go up on hills where no one there...i just yelling and screaming as loud as i want...for sure to release my stress...
that's i think 1 positive gain what i get from that...
with my own experience
One gains nothing, except perhaps some personal satisfaction at being able to feel all big and powerful for a few minutes. Anything that can be yelled can be said calmly with much greater effect, and those who yell will often be seen as speaking from an emotional standpoint rather than a rational one that needs to be listened to.
That said, with my son the only time I yell is if he's in danger, or about to do something that will get him hurt. Because he's not used to me yelling, hearing a raised voice makes him freeze on the spot. After he's out of danger I always sit down and explain to him what the problem was, that I'm not mad at him and was just trying to warn him. I then explain the danger and how he can watch out for it on his own in the future. In this context, yelling has been extremely effective.
by Stephanie Hicks 6 years ago
How can you break a habit of yelling at your kids?Yelling is not an effective way to get your point across or discipline. How can you stop yelling if you do it all the time? Can you help someone else stop yelling?
by David78 7 years ago
Do you feel it's ok to yell and coach your child from the sidelines?My son is on a 2nd grade basketball team and I'm a hard nose dad. I tend to yell and coach him from the side lines. I'm very animated so the least. I'm not the coach of the team btw.
by stephenie23 6 years ago
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by Marlene Bertrand 6 years ago
Why do golfers yell, "Fore" before striking the golf ball?
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by Tilecleaninghub 16 months ago
Anyone know how to stop a wife from constantly screaming and yelling at her husband and kids. My wife seriously will not stop yelling and screaming for no apparant reason. I guess an example of what I am talking about. Kid says I can not find my other shoe. Wife starts...
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