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5 Ways to Deal with Anger.

5 Ways to Deal with Anger.

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Anger is a normal emotion that everyone experiences from time to time. There are many situations that can trigger feelings of anger, which may range in intensity from mild annoyance to profound rage.

Because of this, it is important to understand what you can do when you are feeling angry to get your feelings under control.

Below is a list of some ways that may help you to control your anger.


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Take Some Deep Breaths.

Take Some Deep Breaths.

When anger strikes, it’s easy to get caught up in the heat of the moment. Your body often enters a state known as the fight-or-flight response, which helps prime your body to take action.

In order to take control and reduce feelings of anger, it can be helpful to focus on your breathing.

Focus on taking slow, deep, controlled breaths (atleast for 10 seconds) .Rather than taking shallow breaths that only fill your chest.

It can give you time to calm yourself, take some moments to think, and respond in a way that isn't going to have long-term negative effects.


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Recognise your Response to Anger.

Recognise your Response to Anger.

Feelings of anger are usually accompanied by both physical and mental symptoms.

It is important to remember that anger isn't always expressed in the same way.

Outward expressions of anger such as yelling or breaking things may be more apparent, but anger can also be expressed in more inward way.

When you direct your anger inward, you might do things to punish yourself. You might criticize yourself with negative self-talk or even engage in actions that result in self-harm.


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Change Your Thinking.

Change Your Thinking.

One way to reduce your anger is to change the way that you think about events, people, or situations.

When you find yourself focusing on things in a negative or irrational way, it's easy to get caught up in emotions that feel dramatic and even overwhelming.

By changing the way you think, you may be less likely to experience negative emotions such as anger. 


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Use Relaxation Strategies.

Use Relaxation Strategies.

In addition to deep breathing, learning relaxation strategies such as mindfulness, meditation, visualization, and progressive muscle relaxation can help you keep you cool when you find yourself getting angry.o

For example, mindfulness is an approach that encourages people to focus on the here and now, including how they are feeling in the present moment. Learning how to be attentive of how you are feeling can help develop a greater sense of self-awareness and often allows you to look at anger-provoking situations in a more detached way. 


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Understand why you're feeling angry.

Understand why you're feeling angry.

In addition to finding new ways to think and respond, it is also important to understand what might be triggering your anger in the first place.

Anger can be caused by a number of different things. Factors such as your personality, your coping style, your relationships, and your stress levels can all play a part in determining how much anger you experience in response to different situations and triggers.

Some things that can trigger anger include:

  • Conflicts in relationships.
  • Family/Financial problems.
  • Memories of negative events.
  • Problems at work.
  • Traffic, canceled plans, being late, etc.


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When your WHY is clear.... Then your HOW is easy. ✌


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