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Tips on Reducing Anger and Not Becoming Angry

BY: Sathish k Paul | Category: Self-Improvement | Submitted: 2010-10-30 21:52:37
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Article Summary: "Do you get angry very often? then you may have a problem and need to reduce anger. Read on to learn how you can control anger..."

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Anger is a common problem in people. We see people who are angry every minute. People get angry on the roads and have a unique name for it too called road rage! People get angry with their family members and also with many other people at various points in their life. The need to get angry may not be there, but once the person gets angry, it may lead to the person becoming depressed or sad. There are various things that happen to the person who gets angry. Each of these problems can cause various chronic diseases because of the anger that the person gets.

There are some methods that will help a person to reduce the anger. The methods that were used to make a person to not become angry are not very useful these days because they seem to be outdated. We have heard people say that we should count to ten when we are angry, but how many are really able to do it? And even if a person does count to ten, until the situation is resolved, the anger remains.

So, here are some modern methods of helping you to reduce your anger. You have to make an analysis as to what made you angry and why you got angry. This will help you to be able to make sure that you do not get angry.

1. What made you angry?

The first thing that you have to analyse is to know what made you angry. There are many situations that make us angry. We have to identify the situation or people or things that make us angry. Once we have made a list of things that make us angry, it will be easy for us to know how to handle this anger. There are some methods that will help you to be able to understand the pattern that forms when you do get angry. We always get angry about some things that we do not like and once these situations or things have been identified, then that situation needs to be avoided as much as possible to reduce the anger.

2. Why you got angry?

This is the next question. The question may look very similar to the previous one, but they are different. There are reasons for why we get angry too. There may be some instances where you got angry for something, but you may not have got angry in another situation for a similar kind of thing. So the difference as to why you get angry in particular situations should be noted and this will help you to reduce your anger.

3. When do you get angry:

This should also be analysed. This may mean that you get angry at particular times and these times have to be identified and the situations too. This will help you to get a comprehensive idea as to what and who makes you angry. It also makes you to know why you get angry. As you have been able to identify as to what are the things that make you angry, you can control them.

Anger needs to be controlled as much as possible as it can lead to various diseases and problems in the body. There are many people who have suffered a great deal because of anger. It can lead to even death because of the chronic diseases that are brought by anger.

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