How Are You At Managing Your Anger?
How Are You At Managing Your Anger? I think it’s pretty funny how we’re taught to reject numerous emotions because they are unacceptable. Are... How Are You At Managing Your Anger?

How Are You At Managing Your Anger?

I think it’s pretty funny how we’re taught to reject numerous emotions because they are unacceptable. Are you kidding me – if they weren’t acceptable we wouldn’t have them in the first place!

More silly rules applied by ego drive men.

Now that doesn’t mean you need to react to your emotions, especially if reacting to them might cause harm. But no emotion is BAD!

Emotions serve a purpose – an awareness that something needs to be addressed.

That said, in the article below they will give you a little more info on Anger.

 

What is Anger?

Anger is a natural, though sometimes unwanted or irrational, emotion that everybody experiences from time to time.

Anger experts describe the emotion as a primary, natural emotion which has evolved as a way of surviving and protecting yourself from what is considered a wrong-doing.

Mild anger may be brought on by feeling tired, stressed or irritated, in fact we are more likely to feel irritated if our basic human needs (food, shelter, sex, sleep, etc.) are not met or are jeopardised in some way.

We may become angry when reacting to frustration, criticism or a threat and this is not necessarily a bad or inappropriate reaction.

We can also feel irritated by other people’s beliefs, opinions and actions and hence anger can affect our ability to communicate effectively – making us more likely to say or do unreasonable or irrational things.

Being unreasonable or irrational can lead others around us to feel threatened, resentful or angry themselves and, again, these can all be barriers to effective communication.

Anger can also be a ‘secondary emotion’ to feeling sad, frightened, threatened or lonely.

It is useful to try to understand why you (or somebody else) is feeling angry at any given time so that the root causes can be addressed and problems solved.

Anger, however, is not just a state-of-mind. Anger can trigger physical changes including an increased heart rate, blood pressure and levels of hormones such as adrenaline preparing us physically for ‘fight or flight’. Due to these physical effects long-term anger can be detrimental to health and wellbeing.

How Anger is Expressed

Anger can be expressed in many ways; different types of anger affect people differently and can manifest to produce different actions and signs of anger. The most common signs of anger are…

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What is Anger?

 

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