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- How you THINK about a Problem is more Important than the Problem Itself - so always Think Positively. (Norman Vincent Peale)
- Anger is a basic human emotion that is experienced by all people. Typically triggered by an emotional hurt, anger is usually experienced as an unpleasant feeling that occurs when you think you have been injured, mistreated, opposed in your long-held views, or when you are faced with obstacles that keep you from attaining personal goals.
- Anger is a feeling that has to be recognized outright. Anger could be a start of something deeper, like rage or violent actions and reactions. You have got to control your anger, because it has the ability to control you. Anger is best recognized and best controlled if it is more understood.
- Know the difference between anger and aggression. Anger is an emotion. It is ok to be angry. Aggression is acting out inappropriately and is not ok.
- Why We Do Get Angry? Anger is often associated with frustration - things do not always happen the way you want and people do not always behave the way you think you should. Anger is usually linked with other negative emotions or is a response to them. You may be feeling hurt, frightened, disappointed, worried, embarrassed or frustrated, but may express these sorts of feelings as anger. Anger can also result from misunderstandings or poor communication between people.
- Causes of Anger A common cause for anger is the prevention or incompletion of attaining your goals and desires. And since humans certainly have numerous and different goals and desires, anger can easily erupt at any place and time.
- Causes of Anger It is very common for people to feel frustrated and angry at the same time because both emotions are the results of their inability to achieve their objectives. Another cause for anger is feeling inadequate and disrespected; humans normally feel furious when you believe that you are not being treated equally, fairly and justly.
- What Can Make People Angry? The most Common Factors that make People Angry are: Grief - losing a loved one. Rudeness Tiredness Hunger Pain Withdrawal from drugs or some medications Some physical conditions (such as pre-menstrual syndrome) Physical illness Mental illness Alcohol, some drugs, alcohol abuse, drug abuse Injustice
- What Can Make People Angry? Being teased or bullied Humiliation Embarrassment Deadlines Traffic jams Disappointment Sloppy service Failure Infidelity Burglary Financial problems Being told you have a serious illness The most Common Factors that make People Angry are:
- Types of Anger 01. Behavioral Anger 02. Verbal Anger 03. Passive Anger 04. Self-inflicted Anger 05. Chronic Anger 06. Judgmental Anger 07. Overwhelmed Anger 08. Constructive Anger 09. Volatile Anger 10. Retaliatory Anger 11. Paranoid Anger 12. Deliberate Anger Here are the 12 Types of Anger:-
- Types of Anger This type of anger is comprised of aggressive and cruel actions. It inclines mostly on the physical aspect. It usually implies an attack towards the subject of the anger, usually a person. It is expressed through trouble- making, physical attack and defiance. 01 Behavioral Anger
- Types of Anger This type of anger, on the other hand, merely uses words and not actions. It is expressed mostly by openly speaking insulting words and hurtful criticisms. Accusing somebody of a crime or of a wrong-doing is also an example of verbal anger. 02 Verbal Anger
- Types of Anger Passive anger is shown mostly through mockery, or through avoiding a certain instance. People who are displaying this type of anger are not showing their anger outright but are devising covert ways of expressing it. They do not confront a person or a situation. 03 Passive Anger
- Types of Anger This type of anger is the one that is directed toward a persons own body. Sometimes, people showing this type of anger tend to starve themselves or eat too much, for example. These are the people into the idea of punishing their own self for something wrong they have done. 04 Self-inflicted Anger
- Types of Anger People with chronic anger are just angry in general. They are angry with their lives, with their selves, with the people around them and the whole world in general. They do not necessarily have a definite reason why. Most of the time, they are just angry for apparently no reason at all. 05 Chronic Anger
- Types of Anger This type of anger would lead somebody to hurtfully shame the people around him, like his family, friends and neighbors. He expresses his anger by putting others down and belittling their abilities as a person. 06 Judgmental Anger
- Types of Anger This type of anger is seen on people that hate the situations happening around them that directly affect their lives. They usually shout or lash out at someone or something easily. They do so because thats their way of relieving the stress and the pain they are feeling. 07 Overwhelmed Anger
- Types of Anger This type of anger is the type that makes people want to go out and join groups and movements. And they usually do it because they wanted to do something to correct a certain situation. They wanted to make a positive change. And that is the main effect of this type of anger. 08 Constructive Anger
- Types of Anger This type of anger is the one that easily comes and goes. The magnitude of this anger varies too. It could build into a rage, or it could be a mild, sudden anger. It could explode abruptly, or it could go unseen. It all depends on the person controlling the anger. This type is expressed either by verbal or physical assault. 09 Volatile Anger
- Types of Anger This type of anger is the most common one. Usually people get angry because other people are angry at them. This anger depends mainly on the other person. If your anger is due to a person lashing out at you, then you are guilty of this type of anger. 10 Retaliatory Anger
- Types of Anger This anger arises if a person feels, in an irrational way, that they are intimidated by others. People with this type of anger feel and think that other people wanted to take what is rightfully theirs. They are angry toward that person because, for one, they are jealous. 11 Paranoid Anger
- Types of Anger This type of anger is shown by people who would like to gain control over a situation. They are mostly not angry at first. But they will be once you have shown that you are against what they have planned and what they would like to happen. They use anger to gain power over somebody or something. 12 Deliberate Anger
- Anger Can YOU Make ILL When You are angry the body releases stress hormones, such as adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol. The heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and breathing rate increase. Regular episodes of anger can eventually make people ill.
- Why Manage Anger? Anger is not usually a good solution to problems, even if it seems helpful in the short term. Unmanaged anger creates problems - sometimes for you and often for others around you. People with poor anger management are more likely to have problems with personal relationships or work, verbal and physical fights and/or damaged property.
- Why Manage Anger? They can also experience anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, psychosomatic illnesses and problems with alcohol or drugs. It is important to manage anger before it leads to other serious problems.
- What Is Anger Management? Anger management is about understanding your anger and why it happens. It is about learning and practicing better ways of expressing anger, and knowing how to prevent it from occurring in the first place. Specifically, anger management is about knowing the triggers and early warning signs of anger, and learning techniques to calm down and manage the situation before it gets out of control.
- CUDSAIR Professor Richard Nelson-Jones of the UK has developed a good structure to use called CUDSAIR. This stands for: Confront, Understand, Define, Search, Agree, Implement and Review. CUDSAIR can be applied to any problem that makes you angry. The problem is confronted, understood and defined. Solutions for the problem are searched. And then the most difficult part of agreeing on certain solutions is done. Th