20 Ways To Control Anger

              20 Ways To Control Anger

Getting Anger at times when some things happen is a normal feeling and can be a positive emotion when it helps you work through issues or problems, whether that’s at work or at home.

Nevertheless, anger can become problematic if it leads to aggression, outbursts, or even physical altercations.

Here are 20 ways to manage anger:

1. Take deep breaths: Deep breathing can help calm your mind and body during moments of anger.  Taking a deep breath is one of the therapy you should be observing daily even when you are not angry.

2. Count it up to 10 times: Take a break and count it up to 10 times or more before reacting to a situation that is making you angry.  In the process you are likely to have decides in your mind to walk away from the scene instead of reacting.

3. Walk away: do everything to force yourself to walk away if possible, remove yourself from a situation that is triggering your anger. Keep the pain within even though it might be hard to do at that point in time but you have to force it.

4. Practice mindfulness: Focus on the present moment and observe your thoughts and emotions without judgment. don’t react to things with the way you feel at that moment. Force yourself to be calm or go total silent.

5. Use relaxation techniques: Try techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation or guided imagery to help relax your body and mind.

6. Write it out: Journaling can be a helpful way to express your anger and process your thoughts and feelings.  Whatever you are going through that you don’t feel like disclosing it to anyone.  You need to know that expression kill bad impression.

7. Talk to someone: Share your feelings with a trusted friend or family member if possible with a therapist who can offer support and help you gain perspective.

8. Try to engage in physical activity: Exercise is a great way to release tension and reduce anger.

9. Always practice gratitude: Shift your focus to what you are grateful for in order to shift your mindset and perspective.

10. Use humor: Find ways to inject humor into the situation to diffuse anger and lighten the mood.

11. Listen to calming music and play video games if you can: Listen to calming music or sounds that help you relax and unwind. Playing games will let you forget what is making you angry anyone. Putting your mind in another thing, or anything in you are doing will control surely your anger.

12. Identify triggers: Recognize the situations or events that trigger your anger and try to avoid or manage them in a healthy way.

13. Use positive self-talk: Encourage yourself with positive and affirming statements during moments of anger.

14. Take a timeout: Give yourself a break from the situation or person that is causing anger to allow yourself time to cool down.

15. Practice forgiveness: Letting go of anger and forgiving others can help reduce the intensity of your emotions.

16. Seek professional help: If your anger is interfering with your daily life, consider seeking therapy or counseling to learn healthier coping mechanisms.

17. Use visualization: Imagine yourself in a peaceful place or engaging in an activity that brings you joy to help calm your anger.

18. Practice assertiveness: Learn to express your needs and boundaries in a clear and respectful way, which can help prevent anger from building up.

19 Use silence: silence can be a good tool for you to overcome temperament.  Use silence to answer to anything that people are telling you that can provoke your Anger.

20. Practice self-care: Taking care of yourself physically, emotionally, and mentally can help reduce stress and anger levels.

Remember, managing anger takes time and practice. It’s important to be patient with yourself and keep trying different techniques until you find what works best for you.

Stay safe and make others around you safe too.