Anger is a loss of self control and temporary madness for a period of time. The emotion can impede a person's decision making or relationship with people. Learning to control one's anger is a skill which can prevent emotional damage.Anger is a response, and Anger is a voice, most times, the way it is voiced is misunderstood because there is no control from the person expressing the anger. The first step to controlling one's anger is to recognize the signs, it is from these signs it starts building up. Just as individuals vary, so the signs that pop up with anger varies. I have asked few people the signs they notice when they are angry and below are some people's physical signs of anger: Pacing and tapping of feet Silence Clenched fists and jaw Singing Domestic chores Crying Deeper voice Negative thoughts Stammering Change in behavior (negative change) Redness in the eyes Tension through out the body Shaking Stomach pain Withdrawal Increased voice Among these, mine is included which is crying and faster breathing It is hard to manage anger but it is possible for it to be managed so that it does not go out of control. First, recognize your physical signs 1. Evacuate the scene immediately. 2. Make a contact with someone who is not the reason you are angry. For me, if I do not see anyone who I can speak with, I talk to myself in the mirror. It could help you too but, if you have a very high temper do not face the mirror you might punch and physically hurt yourself the more.Vocally expressing your anger helps unburden the weight in your heart and makes you feel better.
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