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#1 User is offline   jessica34 

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 03:55 AM

1. Try to understand why you are angry.
It is important to understand that you have reached the point where you will get angry. If a particular situation or a person is causing you anger, talk the matter with someone you trust. A faithful friend, a specialist, your doctor or psychologist can talk with you and help you.
2. Try to rest and relax.
Rest can put things in proper perspective. The relaxation can be achieved with a walk or just to sit quietly in a quiet environment. Listening to music, reading a book, watching a film, taking a bath, swimming, yoga are activities that can help you relax.
3. Violence is no solution to anger.
Sometimes it happens that someone makes you angry so much that you make a verbal attack on him/her.
Violence can also be a way to externalize your frustration when you do not know why you may have been upset. This is dangerous because it can lead to acts that have consequences.
4. You must realize that everyone in their lives have disagreements or disputes.
The reasons for your disagreement with someone else are many. For example it can be hard to understand the thoughts of someone else on a given subject. In such cases, try to make then talk about how they see things.
5. Solve any conflicts and misunderstandings
The misunderstandings and conflicts that are not solved can create confusion and a sense of challenge.
In addition this situation can lead to stress, tension, insomnia, diseases, poor quality relationships, aggression or violence and family breakdown.
6. Address conflicts at a personal level.
If there is a conflict with another person is very easy to keep the anger and tension between the two. It is particularly important to solve the dispute especially if they are people who see each other often, otherwise this can create a very unpleasant situation.
7.There are significant advantages of resolving disputes.
You have many reasons why you should try to negotiate and resolve a dispute or conflict with someone.
Initially you will get the feeling that you have achieved something important and will make you feel more positive. You will feel more comfortable, more relaxed, and healthier and you will have a good sleep at night
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Posted 17 November 2009 - 11:49 PM

Anger is a natural human emotion and is nature's way of empowering us to "ward off" our perception of an attack or threat to our well being. The problem is not anger, the problem is the mismanagement of anger. Mismanaged anger and rage is the major cause of conflict in our personal and professional relationships.
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Posted 18 November 2009 - 12:08 AM

We need to realize that it's our unfulfilled expectations that make us angry, rather than the other person or event. If we can understand that it's not the other person who is making us angry, but rather our own way of thinking, then we can change and reduce the adverse effects of anger. A motto to use is, 'No one annoys or upsets me, but it's my inability to tolerate or think positively that makes me angry'. So if we have an inability to tolerate, it can be due to unrealistic expectations that we are holding onto
When we realise that anger is a by-product of our own way of thinking, then we gain the ability to change the way we think. By taking control of our mind we can also then take control of our life. We can take control of our mind by ordering it to have positive thoughts, and to keep determinedly thinking thoughts like 'I will not get angry'. When you feel some negative thoughts building in the mind, use a positive affirmation such as "I am a strong and positive person - there is no benefit in allowing my mind to get angry".
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