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Anger and the Power of Control

Posted Oct 14 2008 4:05am

Anger is considered usual, not an abnormal human emotion and temporary psychological state that may range from minor irritation to intense rage, healthful when it is controlled, emotionally accompanied by physiological and biological changes. The physical effects of anger include increased heart rate, blood pressure, and levels of adrenaline and noradrenalin.

We act physically expressing the anger on rare occasions. Normally as human beings we have the linguistic process of language, verbal abusing and speak insulting, then only physical fury is followed if angry is not moderated.

When anger is repressed, bottled and not allowed for outward expression, it may turn toward your mind and soul. It may induce high blood pressure, hypertension or depressive disorder. If the angriness is not set forth in words, manifest or communicate it may produce also additional troubles. It may produce either passive or aggressive behavior which will flunk you to establish successful relations with others. In conclusion, if you’ll be able to calm down inside your internally reactions and visibly expressing one’s inner feelings, your mental state and behavior will be controlled.

Whenever, if these methods are not successful, then anger can be moderated by tools of relaxation method such as deep breathing serving to calm down the angry feelings. Breathing deeply and repeating words like “calm down” will enable you to reduce these angry feelings. Feel please free and practice this technique daily, it is rude health behind yoga and meditation, as another way to relax.

The other method is to change the way you think. Furious people some of the times are excommunicating, swearing or speaking in an extremely colorful term. Once we’re angry our thoughts are amplified and turned to be extremely dramatic. If we’ll succeed to replace it with more noetic and rational thoughts, it will help you a lot. You have to remind yourself that getting angry is not going to solve anything.

We’ll have to learn to face our problems, slowing down and thinking carefully, it will surely solve our problems.

Carlos Todd, LPC, CAMF, NCC

President, Conflict Coaching and Consulting, PLLC

10130 Mallard Creek Rd Ste 300
Charlotte, NC 28262.
Phone: 704-804-0841
Fax: 877-202-5901

todds@masteringanger.com

www.masteringanger.com

      
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