Anger is a normal, healthy emotion, neither good nor bad, like any emotion.
It’s also a strong emotion that you feel when something goes wrong or someone offends you. It is usually characterized by feelings of stress, frustration, and irritation. Everyone feels angry from time to time.
Anger becomes a problem when it is over-manifested and begins to affect your daily functioning and how you treat people. Anger can vary in intensity, from mild irritation to rage. Sometimes this can be excessive or irrational.
We are all angry about the same thing, but each of us has our hottest triggers.
Common Anger Triggers:
Intervention: If the intervention is intentional, the anger may be stronger and may be directed at yourself for not being able to remove the obstacle
Injustice: Someone is trying to harm you or a loved one physically or psychologically
Another person’s anger: One of the big problems with anger is that it’s hard not to reciprocate
Betrayal, abandonment, rejection: It is not easy to watch someone break the law or cultural rules.
Many people think that anger management is about learning to suppress your anger. But never getting angry is not a healthy goal. Anger will come out no matter how hard you try to suppress it. The real purpose of anger management is to understand the message behind emotions and express it healthily without losing control. When you do this, you will not only feel better, but you will be more likely to meet your needs, better manage conflicts in your life, and strengthen your relationships.
To master the art of anger management, you need to take our Anger Management course, and the more you practice, the easier it will be for you. And the return is huge. By learning to control your anger and express it properly, you will be able to build better relationships, achieve goals, and lead healthier and happier lives.
Take our Anger Management course to rule your anger.