How to Manage Anger
No longer need you be fearful of anger outbursts. You don’t need to feel frustrated by the behaviour of self or others|All you need is understanding and some guidance!
You do your best to lead a good life, to provide and be helpful to all. You give your best and ask for little in return. You most probably feel frustrated as you look at life’s overall picture. The life you want seems hard to keep and often out of reach. You are tired and mentally drained; you just want to be understood, appreciated, recognised, loved, healthy, successful and happy|This much is true!
Yet reality for many can be a struggle. Daily strife and hardships take their toll!
Before we learn how to control anger issues it might be helpful to better understand the where, how, when and why outbursts occur; to know what makes any stress, anger, annoyance and anxiety spark and how you can break the cycle fairly easily with recognition should you wish. This can be as difficult or as easy as you decide it will be|You choose!
Knowing how to manage your anger is not always automatic. We are told to do and be many things by society, family and peers, but the examples they portray themselves can differ greatly from what is dished out.
In youth we take on board what we see and are subjected to far more automatically than the things we are told or are forced.. The age old saying ‘do as I say and not as I do’, springs to mind. Not every family is balanced, calm and loving. Far more often they’re dysfunctional, hierarchal and needy places, where tolerance, happiness and love seem invisible or hard to come by, where love is short lived and has a price; where temper, tails and outbursts are normal” and even seen as appropriate, regardless of what might occur or may be needed. All happenings lump together as stress and problems, as negativity and its myriad of destructive derivatives rule over the roost.
How to get help with anger management would greatly be of benefit to all, but unless someone, somewhere decides to break the mould to negate what’s fundamentally re-occurring, to no longer ‘feed’ the game, anger issues will not disperse – but will continue!.
The art of knowing how to control your anger can be easy when you know how” and this is where we can help you – easily and without too much extra effort” with material put together and downloaded exactly for this task| Hundreds of thousands use our products because they can see results – they work!
Negativity is a dense heavy vibration that quickly wipes any good moods feelings away. Like a virus its only function is to reproduce itself. It serves little purpose but to hurt and to harm; it’s all consuming; it’s gloopy and it clings to everyone and everything along its path, including rooms and furniture over time; it causes blockages; it will manifest physically as arguments, illness and clutter. It causes depression and is again all consuming; it can entrap you for years in the strength of its grasp if you don’t tackle and break down its hold” like the familiar old – Catch 22.
Anger is a form of this energy” but so too are its more commonly known counterparts and symptoms – such as inner emptiness, pain or despair of the broken hearted or the emotionally hurt – whether adult or teen; inner feelings of anger, resentment, frustration, restriction, misunderstanding and thoughts of unjustness through love, life, work, social or economy breakdowns; financial/social deprivation; disasters, shocks or problems previously undetected before they occur; mental/mind problems of boredom, jealousy and depression|- are all but a few of the more common variable triggers of people who lash out either physically, mentally or verbally.
But are you aware that even though anger is a physical symptom, its root cause is more often energetic, and that somewhere in your body, sometimes long before fully blown onset occurs, signs and signals appear to alert you of its presence forthcoming, to prepare you to the fact that something somewhere is amiss and needs attention|How to manage stress and anger will become easy once you recognise your own alerting indicators!