Learning How To Manage Anger,

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First of all, before learning how to manage anger, it is important to admit that you are often angry.

If you try to push your angry feelings down, they will not go away, and the feelings will keep coming out over and over again and each time more painfully.


 Learn These Simple Solutions for
How To Manage Anger

  • When something or someone makes you feel angry, try not to over-react. Breathe and count to 10 and then step back from the situation that is making you angry and ask yourself these questions.

"What would I think of someone else if I saw him/her getting angry in this situation?" or

"Is this situation really as bad as I am making it out to be?"

  • If you can, make yourself think about something else. Turn your attention to some pleasant memory especially if you are in a line-up, traffic jam or whatever is irritating you.You need to change your mind set so you can look at your anger objectively.
  • Try to identify the source of your anger. Are the actions or words of another person hurting you? If so, wait till your anger subsides then try to deal with him/her directly in a peaceful and productive way.
  • Give others a chance to explain themselves. When you are dealing with another person who may be upsetting you, listen carefully to what he/she is saying to you, and let them finish without interruption. Very often, you will not understand the real message if you "jump in" after a few words. 

In Learning how to Manage Anger,
Change Your Mind Set

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  1) If your anger is caused by something beyond your control, such as a job lay-off, find out how others have dealt with the problem successfully, and try to follow their lead.

  2) Avoid blaming yourself, even if you are angry because of misfortune caused by your own mistake. Learn from your experiences and avoid making the same mistakes again.

  3) Reduce your tension with some physical activity. Go for a brisk walk, play a hard game of tennis with a friend, work in the garden, or clean the house.

  4) Reduce your stress level with relaxation and deep-breathing exercises. Take up Yoga or Tai-Chi or find some hobby that you enjoy doing.

  5) Learn to meditate. When you are alone, practice letting go of your thoughts from your day-to-day concerns and do some menial chore such as washing dishes and get into the moment by only concentrating on washing the dishes. This may make you more able to do the same when you find yourself getting angry.

To learn about meditation, go to benefits of meditation.
 

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6) Learn to laugh at yourself. If you can learn to see the silly side of things, you can laugh instead of lashing out.

  7) Learn to trust the abilities of others. Some of your anger may be coming from a lack of faith in the capabilities of other people.

  8) Talk to someone you trust such as a family member, a close friend or a member of the clergy for your religion who may be able to see things more clearly and objectively than you do.

Try A Natural Remedy as a Step In
Learning How to Manage Anger

In the meantime, you can take a natural herbal remedy for help in coping with your emotions. 

For Anxiety, you can take Arnica, D..A.N-.C., Dulse, Formula # 31, Golden bough or Rue

Emotional disorder: Blue Vervain, D.A.N.-C, Maca, N.-W

Tension: B.& N.C.-W, D.A.N.-C, N.-W

Stress:  B.-W, B.&N.C-W, Formula #3, Maca, Scullcap, S.M.F.-B

You can read about these formulas at Pure Herbs in Quebec.

This combination of natural remedies works to relieve moment-to-moment agitation of the emotions from a number of different directions - much like a safety net. It also counteracts the shock of accidents.

Contact me for more information on  natural liquid herbal combinations.

When all else fails in earning how to manage anger, look for professional help.

If your problems are serious, you may need the help of a mental health professional, such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, a spiritual life coach or counselor who can help you with learning new ways to release your anger.

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