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Three Steps to Be Calm When You’re Angry

Anger-Management_o_94581Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

At some point, everyone gets angry. The way you handle anger, though, is what distinguishes you as a respectable or an unreasonable person.

In both the office and home setting, the key to maintaining a happy life is to form good relationships with others. If you are the type of person that blows up or holds onto anger, most people won’t want you to be in their close circle.

To successfully handle your anger, try following these three steps.

1.)    Access just how ticked off you are.

Understanding why and how much is the first step to controlling the issue with class. To treat anger with the same regard each time you have an issue will most likely lead to pent up frustration because you really haven’t addressed each incident for what it is. To respect the emotions you have you is key to working through them.

2.)    Take a moment to chill out and chew on it.

We’ve all heard the advice to count to ten, but I think you should go a step further, and if possible, and take a day. Obviously, there are times when you can’t take that much time. Working in a restaurant or dealing with a difficult coworker often requires instant reactions. In that case, take a breath and try to mentally separate yourself from the situation and your anger to respond as calmly as you can. However, if the issue is a big one and you have the option to, take a day to write down your response, talk about the issue with someone close to you, and most importantly calm down.

3.)    Realize that nothing is forever.

Even your biggest issue will fade away into a distant memory if you separate who you are from your anger and move on. Realize that your emotion about whatever is angering you will not always be there. You’re bigger than the situation and you can overcome the emotions if you learn to access, ruminate and separate. It’s okay to be upset, but don’t let it control you or ruin your day. Just like anything else, we make the choice to be positive or negative. Learn to see the good stuff.

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The Two Pals- Teenagers And Anger!

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 In order to tame your teenager’s anger you need to act upon in a subtle way, one which won’t further aggravate their anger or the situation

Teach your teens about healthy ways that help to alleviate anger. Leadership speakers will tell you that anger can be controlled by various stress relieving activities for instance, exercise, sports, dancing, writing etc. It can also be controlled by simply venting it out in a reasonable way such as punching a sand bag, or taking up fighting activities like karate, boxing, kung fu etc.

Teach your teen healthy ways through which they can express their anger!

Teach your teen healthy ways
through which they can express their anger!

Let your teen have their space so they may calm down. Don’t push your teen any further by asking for explanations or for them to apologize immediately until they have had time and space to cool off.  So, when your teen is fuming let him have his peace and quiet otherwise you’ll simply exacerbate their anger.

Learn to control your own anger. Talk to leadership speakers as in the advent of an anger explosion from your teenager, you need to learn to keep their own anger under control. You can’t expect to help your teen if you can’t even silence your own anger. Try with your own issues without screaming at your family members. Else your teenager will see such a response as the right way to express his anger too.

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Help Your Teen With Their Anger

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If you are looking for ways to help your teenager with his or her anger problem then have a look at the following recommendations:

Unearth the reason behind the temper. When teenagers are frustrated, depressed, stressed or going through any emotional terrain which they don’t quite know how to deal with, then as a solution they often simply resort to anger.  The best way to help your teens through this phase is to discover the actual reason that is causing the anger and then help them deal with it appropriately. You can also seek the help of leadership speakers of person who are trained in that field.

Find out the actual reason that triggered your teen’s anger!

Find out the actual reason that triggered
your teen’s anger!

Note your teen’s symptoms and triggers for anger. Perhaps your teen feels nauseated or starts getting headaches before the anger fit. Your teen’s symptoms act as a warning to what’s about to happen, hence you should be well aware about these warnings. Leadership speakers will also tell you that this will give you an opportunity to domesticate his outburst before it actually happens.  Or maybe there are certain triggers that cause your teen to burst into flames within microseconds. Observe and identify the causes of his or her anger problem and then try keeping your teen at a distance from these triggers.. When teens can identify the warning signs that their temper is starting to boil, it allows them to take steps to defuse the anger before it gets out of control.

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Why You Should Learn To Tame Your Outbursts!

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

Mastering the art of managing anger requires work!

Mastering the art of managing
anger requires work!

Anger itself is as an emotion can’t be labeled as good or bad. It is truly normal to feel vexed and angry due to some justifiable reason that ended up pushing your buttons. Feeling angry isn’t what is wrong about the situation; rather the problem is the way you respond or react to anger. Anger tends to become a problem when it begins to hurt your or others emotionally and physically.

If you happen to be an individual who is extremely short-tempered and loses his or her senses rather suddenly, you might think you can’t beat the outbursts but you sure can. We have more control over anger than we know and what’s more are that you can always learn to control your emotions if you just try resorting to the right techniques. There are always ways in which you can express your emotions appropriately without hurting others.

Your goal is not to just suppress anger but rather learn to express anger in a positive way. Learning to manage anger requires a bit of practice and the more often you work on it the easier it will get. Mastering the art of managing anger will not only improve your personal life but will also have a good impact on your professional life.

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A Few Things To Know About Anger

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

You can’t earn respect through anger or aggression!

You can’t earn respect
through anger or
aggression!

Is it healthy to vent out anger instead of holding it in?

Some people might think that it’s best to not hold their anger in and instead they should simply let it out as to them it is the healthier of the two options. Where it’s true that trying to suppress your anger can be unhealthy, lashing out on other is in no way the superior option. Anger can be managed without you bursting in a hostile or aggressive way. In actuality, sudden outbursts only deteriorate the situation. Try suppressing your anger through meditation, slow breathing etc.

 Anger and intimidation won’t help you to gain respect or get whatever you want!

While bullies think that they encompass the bravado and ways of a true winner but they couldn’t be more wrong. Real strength and power doesn’t come from bullying others and it certainly is not the way to gain respect either.

 You can learn to actually control your anger

It might not be in your hands to shun away the situations that elicit anger out of you, but you can learn to control your anger through healthy means. Even when someone might be getting on your nerves or simply pushing your buttons, you can always react to the situation in a non-violent manner where you won’t require to badger the other person verbally or physically

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