Learning To Control Anger by rskkumar16


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									Life is a constant struggle for existence. Nowadays, everybody is working hard to make ends meet and in
doing so face pressures and stressors a lot of times on an almost daily basis. We face stress on many
levels, such as:

1. Stressors related to our workplace where we are in a stressed environment and have to work hard to
prove ourselves and to perform tasks in a limited time frame.

2. Stressors related to household management are a daily source of stress, where the household work
has to be completed in a coordinated manner, on time.

3. Responsibility of children is a major stress for parents, where parents have to take care of the children
and look after their wellbeing.

4. Marital life turns into a very big source of stress if husband and wife do not understand each other.

5. Certain family issues can become a constant source of stress for us.

6. Financial issues are stressors throughout the world today because people inevitably find it necessary
to maintain a good financial standing, which is not that easy.

Stress is directly linked to the emotion of anger and every individual has a specific capacity to withhold
their feelings of stress and anger. Everyone has different anger and stress management techniques
which have varying degrees of effectiveness.

A reaction to a stressful situation is quite normal and natural, but the reaction can either be positive or
negative and it again varies from individual to individual. Some people turn their stress into a positive
force and find the root cause of their anger.

At the same time some people react violently to stress and become the victims of anger. Anger
management techniques must be employed to prevent this from getting out of control.
We are gifted with a brain, with which we can think and reason out different problems we face on a
daily basis and should consequently be able to figure out acceptable solutions.

Rather than getting all frustrated and exhausted, without any resolution of the problem. This is an
important anger management technique that we need to make the best use of.

Sometimes it does happen a person that is not aggressive is targeted by people and is bullied, which
leads to passive aggression. Passive aggression is a state of anger in which a person cultivates the anger
within themselves.

They do not let their feelings out until they reach a certain point where they cannot keep the aggression
bottled up any longer and it just bursts out.

Getting angry is a natural phenomenon, but having said that, it has to be kept under control. When we
see that things are getting out of control and we cannot handle all the various emotions that our mind is
going through, then it is time to seek anger management counseling. This should always be obtained
from a fully qualified anger management therapist.

Anger management therapists have the necessary training to teach us many anger management
techniques. They may recommend keeping an anger management journal, reading different anger
management books that contain appropriate anger management tips to help us understand the root
causes of our problems.

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