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Anger is one of the emotions the human body feels. Having anger as an emotion is completely normal until it gets out of control and makes you do things that you should not be doing.
There are ways to make your anger let go easily without putting a lot of effort. However, anger becomes a problem only when you don’t manage it healthily.

1. Recognize Triggers

Recognizing the source of the problem can help you to get rid of it. For example, If you feel your daily traffic on the way to your office and home is making you angry then try changing your route. sometimes, as simple as traffic can make you feel angry and frustrated.

2. Take Deep Breath

If you ever feel like you are breathing fast when you get angry, do below steps to calm yourself down.

  1. Take a chair and sit comfortably.
  2. Take a deep breath and try focusing on breathing patterns.
  3. Do this at least 3 to 4 times until you calm down.

3. Focus on Something Else

If you are in a mode where you feel like you can not control it anymore, try thinking about something else. Think about happy faces, or the people who make you smile or even a place too. The shifting focus will help you stay on the ground.

4. Express Your Frustration

Outbursting on someone may not always help you but that does not mean you can not vent your feeling and bubbling them inside you. It will cause more harm than cure to you. You can express your frustration to your close friends or family. There will be no better people than those who can understand your situation and will guide you through the situation.

5. Change Your Surroundings

If you feel your surroundings are not helping you to think about good things then consider changing your surroundings. For example, take a short trip or even as short as a drive can help you.

6. Focus On What You Appreciate

Appreciation is very important in life. There is no best cure than an appreciation to solve problems in life. When you start appreciating what’s good in your life, it helps you to stay away from emotions like anger or sadness.

7. Refocus On Your Perspective

In moments of heat, people tend to neglect reality and makes them feel angry and sad about their self. In such a moment, we should think about other perspectives and own too. Everyone has their reasons why they do what they are doing.

8. Seek Help

It’s normal to show your frustration when you get angry. But when you are not able to control it and messing your life because of it then seeking help is the best option.
you can talk to your friends and family if you feel you can also consult a psychiatrist to get better at it.

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    by Arlene
    Posted June 17, 2020 6:21 pm 0Likes

    Very useful, thank you!

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    by Shelby
    Posted June 22, 2020 4:09 am 0Likes

    Yes! I always find that acknowledging the anger and sorting through why I’m mad super helpful. Then, getting outside works wonders for me!

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