How to deal with anger?

You don’t know how to control anger? Read useful tips below.


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Probably, everybody has experienced such unpleasant phenomenon as anger at least once in his/her life.

An angry person starts yelling, feels irritated and is eaten up with negative emotions, but tell me, what is the point of all that?

In most cases our “righteous anger” is completely unreasonable.

Anger is a common reaction to certain situations and circumstances which surely must not become our everyday emotion.

Keep in mind that if you are accompanied by anger, you should expect worsening in every sphere of your life – career, personal life, relationships with family and friends, etc. I’m sure that nobody would like that!

That’s why you should learn how to control your anger!

Psychologists discovered that people, who suffer from negative emotions and don’t know how to deal with anger, often fall ill.

Their body doesn’t function properly and they have problems with their gastrointestinal tract and liver.

You should NEVER try to restrain your anger because it can lead to the long-lasting depression.

How to control anger: causes of its occurrence

Do you often feel anger, indignation and fury?

You have to determine whether it is a slight irritation or a real rage. Where do these negative emotions even come from?

The most common reason for anger is pain. When a person is seized with pain, he/she loses control over himself/herself and over the situation, and becomes totally uncontrollable.

Anger may also be caused by gossip, betrayal, jeers or broken promise.

Such circumstances provoke the so-called “righteous anger”, and its occurrence shouldn’t be considered unreasonable.

However, it is also accompanied by fury, which sometimes occurs out of nowhere, and takes place only due to the fact that the world was not meant for one person only.

In this case anger is aimed at everything around.

10 ways, how to relieve stress

Anger increases or becomes uncontrollable because of the following reasons:

  • Physical or emotional pain;
  • Influence of alcohol or drugs;
  • Unsuccessful career or personal life;
  • Stresses, worries or suspicions.

Sometimes the feeling of anger resembles a stressful situation, that’s why the overall condition of the person’s health is worsened.

How to deal with anger: its symptoms

  • Your muscles are tense and your hands are clenched;
  • Your body is covered with goose pimples;
  • Temperature drop: you feel now hot, now cold;
  • Your heartbeat increases.

Chronic fatigue syndrome

If you notice having some of these symptoms, try to calm down and pull yourself together. Obviously, it is easier said than done. You may ask me how to start controlling your own emotions.

I’d say that it’s about time to say “NO” to anger! And I’ll help you with that.

Let’s go!

Ways to control anger

«Every day we have plenty of opportunities to get angry, stressed or offended. But what you’re doing when you indulge these negative emotions is giving something outside yourself power over your happiness. You can choose to not let little things upset you.»
Joel Osteen

  • Take a deep breath;
  • Listen to the music or count to 10;
  • Relax your body and release your thoughts.

You may experience some difficulties trying to follow these recommendations in the heat of passion, but it’s worth trying.

However, you should keep in mind that these actions can only restrain anger for some period of time, but it cannot totally eradicate it.

In order to calm down you have to let off steam.

There are different ways to do it: you can engage yourself in some kind of sport, hit a punching bag, or beat your carpets from dust with a mop or a broom.

It really helps, I can tell you from my own experience! 🙂

The most important thing is to gather all your accumulated anger and apply it to something useful in order to get rid of this disgusting negative emotion!

I wish all of you to be always in high spirits and keep your pecker up!

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