If you spend a good deal of your work day handling people who are difficult to handle, you may find yourself feeling pretty stressed out.
I recall reading a simple, but very effective remedy from a book by L. Ron Hubbard:
“One should go to a place that is very well populated such as a railroad station or a main street and should simply walk along the street noting people. Simply look at people—that is all. It will be found after a while that one feels people aren’t so bad and one has a much kinder attitude towards them and, more importantly, the job condition of becoming overstrained with people tends to go away if one makes a practice of doing this every late afternoon for a few weeks.”
I’ve done this several times and it was very therapeutic!