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Methods Of Controlling Anger

Putting across the way you feel is good for you. On the other hand, conveying it in an unmanageable way may be quite unsafe. Following are a few methods of controlling anger, which you can pursue to ensure you are not controlled by anger:

1. Admission and acknowledgment of anger

Where some people are concerned, admitting and acknowledging that they are going through anger management problems is very difficult. This is due to the fact that they are apprehensive of getting nonconstructive criticism from others or they are so very angry that they are unable to comprehend that they are actually angry. Whatever may be the reason, it is extremely crucial to first admit and acknowledge that you are under pressure from anger management in order that you will understand the things that need to be done and the ways in which the likely outcomes can be avoided.

2. Detecting the cause of your anger

Once you have admitted and acknowledged that you are beset with anger management problems, the following vital thing to carry out is to detect the cause of your anger. Now, this would enable you center on definite solutions that would accurately solve your issue. Understanding the cause of anger would also enable you to steer clear of things that tend to spark your anger.

3. Set Free

A majority of people facing anger management problems, are inclined to recall events and issues that brought them anguish and resentment. This is risky because past anguish and distress could quite simply arouse anger even over trivial issues. Ensure you set free, pardon, and then not recall people and events, which have brought you grief in the past.

4. Tackle the issue rather than resolving it

Within every problem, there lies a solution. This phrase is what makes people hopeful while yet again it makes people get upset about the things that they have undergone, since it is not possible to find an answer to every problem you come across. There are certain issues over which you have no control; therefore, rather that centering on resolving the issue, seek to understand the appropriate means of effectively tackling this problem. This, in turn, would release you from the consequences of dissatisfaction and anger.

5. Reroute

It is a known fact that anger could bring you and people around you hurt and pain. Even though it is fine to give vent to your anger, the moment the manifestation becomes uncontrollable anger tends to turn dangerous. In such a case, you need to reroute your rage into more fruitful activities. What needs to be borne in mind is that an infuriated person appears tougher than he usually is. Channelizing your energy into doing something safe and suitable is a fine way of making use of your strength.

6. Communicate effectively

Once you are incensed, you tend to lose control of yourself. When that takes place, you, in all possibility, may not be aware of every deed done or word spoken by you. Learn how to communicate effectively. Bring the situation under control. If you communicate effectively, people will grasp what is taking place. Besides, effective communication would enable you to pay attention to others, think judiciously, and firmly impose your authority in situations where people lose control of their anger.

7. Ease up

Try to ease up the situation. Make an effort to loosen up your body. Managing your anger is your individual decision. This means that you are the one person who is answerable whether you wish to become angry or not. Just ease up and relax. It is better if you consider the outcomes of the likely actions you wish to carry out while yielding to your anger, rather than ruing later on the misdemeanors committed once you have calmed down.

One Comment

  1. Admission and acknowledgment of anger is extremely right. I’m always hot tempered. and due to my temper have always been passover for a promotion. Lately I have acknowledged that I have a sharp tongue and hot temper. I’m very mch in control. Recently I have been promoted. I will continue to control myself it will be hard but I will try. Even Sun Tzu has something to say about this. It goes like this
    12.”There are five dangerous faults which may affect a general. One of it is a hasty temper, which can be provoked by insults. This means holding your anger.” (Chapter 8: VARIATION IN TACTICS)

    and

    5. The general, unable to control his irritation, will launch his men to the assault like swarming ants, with the result that one-third of his men are slain, while the town still remains untaken. Such are the disastrous effects of a siege. (Chapter 3. ATTACK BY STRATAGEM)

    How I use the Art of War

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