ANGER is a natural human emotion. It functions to alert, inform and prepare us for action. Anger is a secondary emotion that follows a primary emotion. We all get angry with ourselves and other people especially our loved ones. Anger is a complex emotion that can be linked to deeper feelings of pain, helplessness, fear, and rejection rooted in our past and in the present. Making us unnecessarily critical and bitter. When it is not properly understood and managed, anger can become a very unhealthy emotion with undesired consequences.
How to Control Anger: Tips to Help You Stay Calm
1. Count down (or up) to 10.
2. Take a breather. Your breathing becomes shallower and speeds up as you grow angry.
3. Go walk around. 4.Exercise can help calm your nerves and reduce anger.
5. Relax your muscles.
6. Repeat a mantra.
8. Mentally escape.
9. Play some tunes.
The Therapy is useful -
The majority of research on anger treatment has focused on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). In CBT, patients learn to identify unhelpful or negative thought patterns and change inaccurate beliefs. One CBT-based anger treatment is known as Stress Inoculation.
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