Some Tips That Will Help You In Anger Management |

Some Tips That Will Help You In Anger Management

When do we experience anger? We experience anger when we are irritated or frustrated. We also get anger when our expectations are not met.

“Anger is the first emotion to be experienced and the last to be managed.” In fact, research has clearly demonstrated that the habit of anger regularly hijacks our ability to think clearly and behave constructively.

Some people fear their anger, believing it is never healthy or safe to express any frustration, and go out of their way to avoid conflict. Other people believe it is unhealthy, or undesirable, to attempt to control, or even manage, their anger, and may relish opportunities to express it. Yet the consequences of anger suppressed, or expressed, excessively is significant on many levels. For example, a strong link has been identified between chronic anger and increased levels of stress with physical consequences such as blood pressure irregularities, gastrointestinal disturbances and migraine headaches amongst many others.

Anger is not a positive attitude. It makes us waste our time and energy. It affects our health-physical as well as mental. It spoils relationships and also causes to miss opportunities.

What we should first remember when managing anger is that things do not always happen according to our plans and expectations. Not everyone can think alike. We cannot always have control over the circumstances and situations.

We should always maintain an inner attitude and refuse every small event to play with our feelings and emotions. If we have a look closely, we can find that we often get angry for small and insignificant matters. Life can be happier without this behavior. Anger is a negative emotion which cannot proceed without your support. You have to put efforts in thinking of that particular person/ situation to get angry.

Taking control on the peace of mind is the only way by which we can keep anger at par. Below given are simple tips that you can follow to avoid and manage anger.

  • Take some time to analyse how better your life would be without anger.
  • If feeling angry, look at your face in the mirror and smile at yourself.
  • Take deep breathing slowly several times to avoid anger.
  • Increase the intake of water.
  • Try to be more patient even if it is very difficult at times.
  • Find reasons to smile and laugh unconditionally.

In case none of these work, professionals can help you much better.

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