By Hal Marcovitz
Your face feels sizzling, your muscle groups tighten, you notice red—you are angry...and you do not know what to do approximately it. utilizing real-life examples and quotations, AN offended GUY'S consultant discusses the organic, emotional, and social results of anger and offers research-based information regarding getting aid and dealing with it. Take a quiz to determine while you're competitive, passive, or assertive, and take the 1st steps to enhance the way you care for anger.
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Extra info for An Angry Guy's Guide. How to Deal
If you don’t learn to control your anger, you risk letting your anger control you. But you can learn how to control your anger if you want to. What’s important is that you understand how your anger affects you. You and Your Emotions A part of everyone’s personality, emotions are a powerful driving force in life. They are hard to define and understand. But what is known is that emotions—which include anger, fear, love, joy, jealousy, and hate—are a normal part of the human system. They are responses to situations and events that trigger bodily changes, motivating you to take some kind of action.
State your feelings in a polite, but assertive, way. ” You decide to become angry. How you express anger is your responsibility. CHAPTER NINE When Others Are Out of Control If you do that again I’m going to. . Oh, yeah? Well, make me. . What do you do when confronted by someone whose anger is out of control? Usually the safest thing to do is to walk away, especially if you believe the situation could become violent. Don’t say anything at all to provoke the other person. Insults and name-calling will quickly make a bad situation worse.
Make an effort to hear what the other person has to say and try to understand what is making the person angry. Don’t be quick to dismiss his or her point of view as unreasonable. Keep your mind open. Be willing to accept the possibility that you might at least be partially to blame for the problem. Seeing things your opponent’s way can be an immense help in understanding his or her anger. In fact, it may also help make you feel less angry. Try to be empathetic. Put yourself in the other person’s shoes and try to see the other side of the story.
An Angry Guy's Guide. How to Deal by Hal Marcovitz