“Anger control, or controlling anger, is absolutely necessary if you want to have a life free from constant turmoil. Anger control is a lifelong challenge that we usually succeed with but occasionally fail in as well. Controlling our anger is challenging because the energy of anger can feel so explosive, stressful and unmanageable, is not only possible it’s highly recommended.”
Controlling Anger examines the dilemmas facing rural people who live within the broader context of political instability. Anger control is very difficult, but if it is controlled, then you are the winner in a career, as well as in your personal life. By controlling and changing the thoughts that are appearing in your head, it is important to determine how you will handle any given situation. This controlling doesn’t mean keeping emotions bottled up inside, it requires recognizing when you’re becoming angry and then redirecting personal energy into more productive behaviors.
Stress management will help you to cope up with other persons. Stress creeps over a person so gradually that you will never be aware of it at the time when you cross over from a normal, balanced person to a grouchy, cantankerous human being whose company is not welcome by anyone. Stress to some extent is good as it stimulates us to face challenges at work and home, but if stress crosses manageable boundaries, then it is time to wake up and take action. Our stress is not only emotional, but also physical; it produces both physiological and behavioral effects in an individual. Stress can lead to chronic problems and may make us more susceptible to disease.
If you have a persistent problem with anger, then you either have important underlying issues that you have not yet resolved, or you are using emotional coping methods that are ineffective. By identifying emotions of fear and hurt, we can open the door to these underlying issues. Once you get in touch with the fear and hurt, images, thoughts, and underlying issues that are associated with cause them, we can choose a more constructive expression of anger, such as talking (NOT SHOUTING) about these feelings and issues. The first step to controlling anger issues it to admit that there is a problem. Some people have major anger issues but cannot see it, and these people who have anger issues find it demeaning when anger management is even suggested. But, thankfully, there are programs created specifically to help those with anger issues.
Personal control beliefs, also referred to as “locus of control and personal mastery beliefs”, reflect individual’s beliefs regarding the extent to which they are able to control or influence the outcomes. Personal Control as a moderator self-regulated behavior, may be conducted as an expression of oneself, or may be pressured and coerced by intra-psychic and environmental forces, and thus do not represent a true choice.
Personal control thus provides resources that compensate for situations that would otherwise be draining or depleting. If you have low self worth, you may perceive every slight as a personal insult or disrespect, when it was completely unintentional on the other person’s part. All relationships, including intimate, personal and business relationships, can all be destroyed by just a single angry outburst. One of the best ways to prevent anger is cultivating the positive personality. We all see the world differently based on our personal filters, our background, our experiences, and our belief system.
Anger management programs offer the individual plenty of information regarding techniques and strategies for dealing with anger. There are many books, movies and websites on the internet which can help provide information regarding anger management techniques. Please contact a local office if you have questions or require additional information about anger management. Or, you may approach the local community center or a social worker in your area for information.
Anger management is designed to help the individual work out their problems and help them figure out why they become so angry. Controlling anger is very necessary, but we are all prone to feeling some amount of human emotion against a situation or to react in a negative manner when we are really threatened. Personal control is the perception that one has the ability, resources, or opportunities to get positive outcomes or avoid negative effects through one’s own actions.
Mark S Weese is based in Athens GA and is a successful writer and entrepreneur in both the offline, and online arenas including the Service and Marketing Industries.