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Anger Issues

Anger is an emotion that we all experience at one point or another. It can be a powerful, positive force when directed in the right direction. However, it can also lead to destructive results if not managed properly.

Anger is a natural emotion that can be dangerous if it is not controlled. People often get angry when they feel wronged, threatened or humiliated.

The most common method to control your anger is to count to ten before you explode. This can work if you have the time, but even if you do, it may not always be the best way to deal with your anger. Here are some other methods:

1. Count down

Count down (or up) to 10. If you’re really mad, start at 100. In the time it takes you to count, your heart rate will slow, and your anger will likely subside.

2. Take a breather

Your breathing becomes shallower and speeds up as you grow angry. Reverse that trend (and your anger) by taking slow, deep breaths from your nose and exhaling out of your mouth for several moments

3. Go walk around

Exercise can help calm your nerves and reduce anger. Go for a walk, ride your bike, or hit a few golf balls. Anything that gets your limbs pumping is good for your mind and body.

4. Relax your muscles

Progressive muscle relaxation calls on you to tense and slowly relax various muscle groups in your body, one at a time. As you tense and release, take slow, deliberate breaths.

5. Mentally escape

Slip into a quiet room, close your eyes, and practice visualizing yourself in a relaxing scene. Focus on details in the imaginary scene: What color is the water? How tall are the mountains? What do the chirping birds sound like? This practice can help you find calm amidst anger.


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