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  • 21 Jun 2018
    Anger is a fearsome word. If you can control your anger, then there is nothing wrong with getting angry. After all, we all get angry sometimes…right? But, if you can’t control this aggressive emotion, then it will affect you in many ways, and you will need an anger management training to keep the anger under your control. When you are angry, your judgment gets gloomy, and you can’t think anything naturally. Now hold on, give yourself some time to calm down. If you don’t, your anger will grow more and more and may cause an accident in the process. Do you get angry so quickly? Are you finding it difficult controlling your anger? Then this article is written for you; written by an angry man. After reading this article I hope it will be easy for you to control your anger and after writing it…hopefully, I can do it too. Five Useful Tips to Control the Anger 1. Initial Steps – The first thing you should do when you get angry to sit down if you are standing. If it doesn’t work, then you may lay down in bed. Recent research has proven that this is an excellent method to apply. Getting fresh with water also works like a charm. 2. Take Your Time – If the above method doesn’t work for you then wait, take your time to calm yourself down. Take a deep breath, release it gradually, and try to relax. It is one of the most effective ways to take control over your anger. 3. Think of something pleasing – Think of the moments that you treasure. Recalling good memories is an effective way to calm yourself down. 4. Think Before You Act – Well before you do something crazy you should think twice. Think about the outcomes of your activities are done with anger. At this point, I would like to share one of my own personal experience with you. One day, in the morning I was writing an article for “MS Word.” I put so much effort to make the article unique, and after finishing it, I forgot to save and quit “MS Word.” I got so much angry that it was quite impossible to calm myself down. I need to write the whole article again! I threw the mouse with so much force, and think what happened! It hit my precious, expensive monitor, and the monitor got broken. But, the funniest part is… I checked my files later and found the article I wrote was safe and sound right inside the folder. I actually saved the file, but I forgot that I saved. See what happened! I got angry for nothing, and my monitor got broken in the process. So, it is essential that you think before you do anything silly. Don’t make the same mistake as I did. Otherwise, this anger will cause you more damage than you could have imagined. Final Warnings Remember, the outcomes of the actions are done in aggression are always bad. You must try to control this anger. An anger management training can help you out, and teach you how to keep calm in the worst possible circumstances. The anger management training is an ongoing process. So, always check on your progress, find out more solutions that might help you to take control over your anger. After all, you know yourself better than anyone else.
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  • Anger is a fearsome word. If you can control your anger, then there is nothing wrong with getting angry. After all, we all get angry sometimes…right? But, if you can’t control this aggressive emotion, then it will affect you in many ways, and you will need an anger management training to keep the anger under your control. When you are angry, your judgment gets gloomy, and you can’t think anything naturally. Now hold on, give yourself some time to calm down. If you don’t, your anger will grow more and more and may cause an accident in the process. Do you get angry so quickly? Are you finding it difficult controlling your anger? Then this article is written for you; written by an angry man. After reading this article I hope it will be easy for you to control your anger and after writing it…hopefully, I can do it too. Five Useful Tips to Control the Anger 1. Initial Steps – The first thing you should do when you get angry to sit down if you are standing. If it doesn’t work, then you may lay down in bed. Recent research has proven that this is an excellent method to apply. Getting fresh with water also works like a charm. 2. Take Your Time – If the above method doesn’t work for you then wait, take your time to calm yourself down. Take a deep breath, release it gradually, and try to relax. It is one of the most effective ways to take control over your anger. 3. Think of something pleasing – Think of the moments that you treasure. Recalling good memories is an effective way to calm yourself down. 4. Think Before You Act – Well before you do something crazy you should think twice. Think about the outcomes of your activities are done with anger. At this point, I would like to share one of my own personal experience with you. One day, in the morning I was writing an article for “MS Word.” I put so much effort to make the article unique, and after finishing it, I forgot to save and quit “MS Word.” I got so much angry that it was quite impossible to calm myself down. I need to write the whole article again! I threw the mouse with so much force, and think what happened! It hit my precious, expensive monitor, and the monitor got broken. But, the funniest part is… I checked my files later and found the article I wrote was safe and sound right inside the folder. I actually saved the file, but I forgot that I saved. See what happened! I got angry for nothing, and my monitor got broken in the process. So, it is essential that you think before you do anything silly. Don’t make the same mistake as I did. Otherwise, this anger will cause you more damage than you could have imagined. Final Warnings Remember, the outcomes of the actions are done in aggression are always bad. You must try to control this anger. An anger management training can help you out, and teach you how to keep calm in the worst possible circumstances. The anger management training is an ongoing process. So, always check on your progress, find out more solutions that might help you to take control over your anger. After all, you know yourself better than anyone else.
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