ANGER HAS BECOME A MAJOR PROBLEM IF YOU OFTEN EXPERIENCE THE FOLLOWING: - Deepstash
ANGER HAS BECOME A MAJOR PROBLEM IF YOU OFTEN EXPERIENCE THE FOLLOWING:

ANGER HAS BECOME A MAJOR PROBLEM IF YOU OFTEN EXPERIENCE THE FOLLOWING:

  • Violence or putting your hands on anyone while angry.
  • You yell several times per week, or people tell you that you’re yelling even though you didn’t realize it.
  • You frequently feel overwhelmed by intense rage.
  • People have told you that you’ve got an anger problem.
  • You have public temper tantrums.
  • Punching walls or breaking things.
  • Threatening people.

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We all struggle with anger at times. It is impossible to avoid traffic, politics, financial issues, or misunderstandings. However, frustrations can lead to major problems if left unchecked.

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1. TAKE A MINUTE BEFORE SPEAKING

In moments of rage, people can say some truly horrifying things that they cannot get rid of. Afterwards, they wish they hadn't said them, and they don't really feel that way.

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3. TAKE A WALK

Take a few minutes to exercise and get some fresh air. Afterward, you'll feel more peaceful and clear-headed, and probably not angry anymore. Getting rid of pent-up energy can really be beneficial.

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15 PROVEN WAYS TO TAME YOUR ANGER AND BE AT EASE DURING CONFLICTS

We all struggle with anger at times. It is impossible to avoid traffic, politics, financial issues, or misunderstandings. However, frustrations can lead to major problems if left unchecked.

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You can overcome anger

With time, you can overcome your anger and become someone that others love to be around. You can become a relaxed, cool person.

Apart from making you miserable, anger tears down your health. So, it's best to stay calm in any situation.

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2. LOOK OUT FOR THE SIGNS OF ANGER BREWING

When you understand the signs that your temper is about to boil, you can help yourself control it before it turns to rage. In the short term, it's much easier to deal with an impending outburst than to try and contain it after it's run wild.

A person's anger starts small and grows, so it can be hard to notice.

ANGER WARNING SIGNS:

  • Your heart speeds up.
  • You have racing thoughts and can’t think clearly.
  • You’re breathing faster and more shallow.
  • Muscle tension and shaking.
  • Feeling hot and sweating.

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