Anger offers an important feeling most people experience at some time in their lives. Anger is not always a negative thing. The fierce outrage sometimes is claimed to ensure you find a resolution and work on it. To ensure that you manage and diminish and use anger appropriately, review some of these five tips.
Introspection-Moment of Silence
A moment of silence is essential for your brain to be able to reset. Find a way to have a more quiet time each day. If you can get at least 20 minutes of quiet time, your memory changes, and your emotions are easier to control as you can better manage your thoughts.
Center on Gratitude
As you wake up every day, find a way to center on what you’re grateful for over something you’re angry about. Everyone experiences injustices and circumstances when they have a right to be angry. All anger is not sinful. Anger is how you react to it that will make all the difference. For example, I do a gratitude journal every morning and write out 10 things I am grateful for. I am thankful for the new day.
Find the Humor
One of the best remedies for anger is laughter. Discovering humor in the middle of your anger can ease the pain quicker. Occasionally, watching comedy shows a positive effect to calm the anger build up inside of me. I love the Larry David show.
Go for A Walk
Firing off anger helps too. Getaway and walk at a moderate to fast movement for 20 to 30 minutes. You feel anxiety or anger coming on; burning it off with physical activity is a great way to get it under control. Having a healthy connection with nature boasts many social-emotional and physical health benefits.
Get Help For the Fierce Outrage
If you find that you’re experiencing a situation that you really cannot deal with on your own, find some help. You may need an adviser, a life coach, or a pastor to help you.
When your anger is affirmed, find one of the points that empower you to explore a solution first. Use other tips to help you manage your emotions. Anger is not always destructive. You can get the same thing done by focusing on positive actions. And you can overcome the problem.
Quote from Brené Brown- Braving the Wilderness
“Anger is a catalyst. Holding on to it will make us exhausted and sick. It’s an emotion that we need to transform into something life-giving: courage, love, change, compassion, justice.”
Question for you:
What emotions are behind your anger? Please leave me your comment and thoughts on the blog. I love to hear how you manage and healthily diminish your anger.
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