If you have a tendency to fly off the handle, these affirmations for anger will help you remain calm, confident and in control no matter what.
When people come to see me for anger, they usually want me to help them ‘control’ it. But controlling anger is like stuffing it down or repressing it, and if you do that it only comes back stronger later on.
The best way to manage anger is to find the cause; and usually people who struggle with this kind of problem just don’t know how to express their feelings in a logical, rational way.
Your Anger is Not Misplaced
Often your anger isn’t misplaced; it’s just inappropriately expressed. In other words, there is a valid reason why you became irritated or annoyed.
It’s just that by the time you actually got around to expressing your views to the other person, the anger had been festering for so long that your message came out in a much more aggressive way than you had hoped.
You can learn to address conflict at the early stages before your irritation builds to rage.
This video will help you:
- Recognise when you’re annoyed and acknowledge the feeling;
- Learn that anger isn’t ‘bad’, it’s just an emotion;
- Have discussions with others without getting heated;
- Communicate effectively and express your opinions in a respectful manner
Please take some time to listen to this recording in a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed.
Often people who suffer from anger issues are also highly anxious, so you’ll be pleased to know that this will help with the anxiety as well.
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