Why Do I Occasionally Become Angry?

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Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

Anger is a part of life. Everyone gets angry sometimes. If your anger is getting the best of you, or it is excessive in nature, it is likely caused by something deeper than what is obvious on the surface.

You must examine yourself and figure out what’s causing the anger

You must examine yourself and
figure out what’s causing
the anger

Though it may not be your favorite feeling, anger at things that should evoke anger is actually healthy. It’s when you are always at a certain level of anger, such that tiny interruptions to your day will send you flying into a rage, or that your anger is taking over your life, and must be dealt with.

It may be sadness or a feeling of lack of accomplishment in disguise. Once you get to the root of the anger problem, only then can you fix it. If you allow yourself to look deep inside, you’re sure to find the source of your anger.

Feeling angry all the time is toxic. It’s like a poison to you and to those around you. There are many ways to work through your anger. Exercise can help alleviate anger, as can having someone to act as a sounding board for your stress and emotions.

You must not take out misdirected anger on the people you love or the people who work with you. This will never help, and can actually lead to far more anger, for you and the innocent bystanders who become victims of your anger.

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