The term "anger management" is used to acknowledge that anger is an inevitable, natural human emotion. It's not about getting rid of anger; it is more about dealing with emotions, so it can become more productive. Consider the following tips and ideas to help you deal with anger.
1 Keep your diary. Such thinking helps you to know the patterns of anger and thus allows you something. When you think of your anger, consider the following:
- How long does it take for any fury episode?
- How do you express anger?
- How often are you angry?
- What do you feel about yourself?
- What do you feel for yourself?
- What are you doing when other people are angry at you?
- Obtaining awareness to think about what you want to do differently.
- What is the more productive way to respond?
2 Accept that you do not always have to be right
3 Know yourself and accept others. You can say that they can not do it to me. They actually know and did (right or wrong).  Your own anger, not the other person for your anger. You chose to respond to the way you are, and that led you to feel the way it is.
6 Learn to learn your feelings when someone is shaken. Try to "feel angry for what you've just told me" and do not say "it's angry me."
7 Try to forgive me. Let go of the past anger
8 Learn how to compromise and accept that it is not the end of the world.  Count the 100 until you felt that the anger passed and you were controlling it again.
10 Learn the "stop thinking". This is useful if you continue to pass through a particular episode that made you feel angry. Make yourself conscious think these thoughts, tell them and think "STOP" yourself.
11 Be sure. Learn to tell what you want and to express your feelings without needing verbal or physical abuse.
12 Practice or Do Some Physical Help in Releasing Your Emotions
13 Learn How to Relax
14 Listen to the other person and try to see things from your own perspective.
15 Learn how to resolve your conflict in a productive way.
16 Learn the stress.
17 Learn the problem. A) Define the problem; B) Select your goal; C) Think about options and solutions; D) consider the consequences of each option; E) Select the most appropriate solution; F) Plan and execute the selected solution; G) Evaluate the result.
18 Modify your thinking. Ideas such as "never", "always", "must", "must", are not realistic and do not help. You have a lot of burden on yourself and others if you think so. Challenge these ideas and create more realistic alternatives.
19 See the counselor.
20 Join a Relief Group
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