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gritting your teeth
raising your voice
being snappy / defensive
being overly critical of peers
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talking to someone you trust about how you’re feeling can take weight off your shoulders as well as your mind . that could be a trusted adult , friend or family member
if you know what helps you to relax , you’ll find it useful whenever you’re feeling angry . take some time out to do something you enjoy , for instance :
going for a walk in the park
reading a book
trying some meditation
listening to music
sometimes , writing things down can help you work out why you’re feeling angry and how you might be able to deal with it
exercise is an awesome way to let off steam . you could take a walk around the block , go for a run , or do something really high-energy like boxing
when you’re angry , it’s almost impossible to deal with the situation in a helpful way . if you feel yourself losing your cool , just walk away from the situation for a while . you’ll deal with it better when everyone , including yourself , is feeling calmer
it’s a normal or understandable response in most situations , such as when you or someone else is being treated unfairly . if you’re not sure why you’ve just snapped at someone , think back through your day and try to pinpoint what set you off
this one seems basic , but works really well for anger management . thinking about something other than what’s upsetting you for 100 seconds gives you a chance to gather yourself and your thoughts before you do anything else
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