Why Are We Feeling So Bad?
Anger isn’t a pleasant emotion. It’s truly quite revolting. Our stomachs constrict, we sweat, and we respond – rather than act – in survival mode. And rage impairs our judgment, prompting us to react irrationally. We’ve all been in that situation. It can sometimes get so severe that we quiver intensely while harboring strong feelings of hatred for others. And once we’d calmed down, we’d wonder how we’d gotten ourselves into such a mess in the first place.
The answer is a resounding yes. Allow me to elaborate.
How to Deal with Anger
1. Postpone the reaction: Persuade your mind to put off the sentiments of rage until tomorrow, the next day, or any other day. The mind will be persuaded, and that day will never come again since the mind will be at rest by then. What a brilliant strategy for luring your mind into a trap.
2. Get out: If your anger is keeping you from moving away from other individuals, simply walk past them to another location. This will keep you from causing any harm with your acts or words. This will keep your connections from becoming sour.
3. Consider the positive attributes of another person: whenever someone makes you upset, start thinking about the great aspects of that person to avoid a heated dispute.
4. Make some physical adjustments:
– Stretch while getting up and letting out an audible sigh.
– Change your face expressions and exaggerate them.
– Perform ten jumping jacks
– While singing happy birthday, massage the back of your neck with one hand.
5. Begin speaking to yourself in positive affirmations.
6. To calm your tensions, begin meditating and deep breathing techniques.
Take action that will assist you in progressing to the next level and bring you closer to a resolution. Be proactive and considerate. The faster you can solve the problem, the faster you can mentally set yourself free.