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Instant Anger Management

What is the best way to get rid of anger on the spot? After I've been angry I usually go back and ask myself why I was angry, why did that hurt me, etc., to release those reasons. But do you know of ways to prevent on-the-spot anger? (Yes, occasionally I have Pitta tendencies - could you tell?


First of all you need to recognize the anger response in yourself before you express it in words or behavior to others. Here’s a formula I give in my book Superbrain that you can use over and over again to override that anger-instinctive-reaction. It’s easy to remember and uses the acronym, S.T.O.P.

S. Stands for stop, just stop, hold on, wait a minute.
T. Stands for take three deep breath and then smile. Feel your whole body smile.
O. Stands for observe what’s happening inside of you. The anger probably doesn’t feel very good. But you have to observe it to know that. Acknowledge how it feels.
P. Stands for proceed with awareness and kindness.

Try to make this a habit every time you feel your instinctive anger response trying to get the better of you and make you irritated. It will work wonders. After a while you will have retrained yourself not to react angrily, but with awareness.


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Stressful events don’t excuse anger, but understanding how these events affect you can help you take control of your environment and avoid unnecessary aggravation. Look at your regular routine and try to identify activities, times of day, people, places, or situations that trigger irritable or angry feelings. Maybe you get into a fight every time you go out for drinks with a certain group of friends. Or maybe the traffic on your daily commute drives you crazy. Then think about ways to avoid these triggers or view the situation differently so it doesn’t make your blood boil.\n\n
Mahendra Trivedi Reviews - February 9, 2015
Today’s world where impatience, irritability and anger are common problems with people, anger management becomes quite important and significant in order to maintain peace. Deep breathing can instantly reduce anger. \n\nI`m following Mahendra Trivedi\nfor inspirational thoughts and ideas for living a better life.
Phil - December 23, 2014
Anger can be incredibly destructive if we don`t know how to control it. Frequent or misplaced anger can hurt our reputations, destroy our relationships, limit our opportunities, and even damage our health.Every day, we can experience things that could make us angry. Common causes include feelings of anger are :\n\n 1.Frustration.\n 2.Hurt.\n 3.Harassment.\n 4.Injustice, regardless of whether real or perceived.\n\n
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