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Anger management tips and strategies

Anger Management Techniques
Here are some simple techniques that can be implemented very easily. Whenever you get into a situation of controlling your anger, just use these tips.

1. Try to calm yourself. Ask yourself, "How will this behavior be of any use to me?"
2. If something happens, and prompts you to get angry, think of the consequences of your angry response. After thinking, you will not act much fiercely, even if a little anger remains.
3. If someone harms you by wrongful deeds, just ask yourself if he did it on purpose. Most often, you’ll find that he had no intentions of causing harm to you.
4. When your anger seems to be raising, just count 1-10, and meanwhile think if your expression of anger will make the situation better. If you want to say something that may make the situation worse, it’s better not to say it.
5. While in anger, thinking about your loved ones and your happiest moments is difficult but it helps to calm down to a great extent. Before trying to calm the situations, calming yourself is the key to handle the tense situation. In any event, it is not a good thing to vent your anger.

Tips to control anger
1. Count to 10 before reacting or leave the situation all together,
2. Do some physically exerting activities like a walk, swim, etc,
3. Soothe yourself, by practicing deep-breathing exercises, visualizing relaxing scenes, listening to music, yoga or read something of your interest.
4. It is very important to express anger as soon as possible. Never be stewed. If you cannot speak to the person who angered you, speak to some trusted person and let your emotions flow.
5. Think carefully before you say anything. It is better not say anything than to say something regretful,
6. Try to work out solutions with the person who made you angry.
7. Avoid placing blames.
8. Don’t hold any grudges, and forgive the other person.
9. Try to defuse your anger by using humor.
10. Keep an anger log to identify the kinds of situations that got you angry, and how you reacted.

If you are no good at practicing these, role-playing in anger management classes can help you following these.