Friday, February 21, 2014

Anger Management & Causes of Anger


Anger Management & Causes of Anger       

There’s no use getting angry with people just because they don’t have traits that you want. You need to understand that some of the things that you do gets on other people’s nerves just as what they do gets on your nerves too. If you don’t learn to accept people, you may end up feeling angry for a long time to come.

Anger can be used to cover up other negatives emotions such as fear. Sometimes when you live a life of fear, you eventually get angry that you are allowing fear to rule you and may even get angry because in your mind’s eye there isn't anything that you can do to it. But that’s not true. You can deal with anger effectively by cutting to the chase and getting to the root of it.

Don’t labor under the misconception that you can hide your anger well because it inevitably shows in one way or another. Anger can be reflected in the tone of your voice or in your attitude. Bottled up anger needs to be pulled out from under the bed and dealt with if you want to be free of it.

Anger can be negative when you express it by hitting the source of your anger. Apart from the pain you cause a person when you hit them out of anger, you also end up feeling more like the victim and that will only worsen your anger problem. You should seek professional advice or help, if you express your anger only by battering people.

Misplaced anger can be harmful. There is nothing wrong with being angry sometimes. However, you do have a problem if you are constantly angry. Finding out ways to clamp down on your anger can help you direct it properly and prevent situations that might cause you to say or do things that you’ll regret.

Think of it… anger can give rise to panic and that will simply make all your emotions go haywire. Control any panic attack that follows anger, learn to breathe deeply. Deep long breathes that go all the way down to your abdomen help you to keep anger in check. Try it whenever you feel an anger coming on and you will be pleasantly surprised at the results.

Anger causes both physical and chemical imbalances in the body. An often angry person is more likely to suffer hypertension. Angry people often get sick because of the effect of anger on their bodies. Don’t let anger take control of your life when you can do something about it.


You can easily overcome spontaneous and unwarranted spurts of anger by making a conscious decision to remain calm no matter what. Anger is just an emotion that should be seen as a human challenge and should be tackled as such. Don’t let anger get the best of you.

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