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October 4, 2018 at 4:10 am

Yes it can be controlled. i would suggest not to overload things into mind that will cause anger.

October 12, 2018 at 6:04 am

Very true what Dilip Says

September 27, 2019 at 5:49 am

yes, its really true

September 27, 2019 at 7:23 am

As per Psychologists in Bangalore, anger is an ordinary feeling of human brain research, however, it is similarly imperative to monitor your anger. Much the same as some other feeling, anger also fluctuates from individual to individual, and the conditions. Uncontrolled anger can prompt mental and physical pressure. It likewise causes weight on connections and harms your wellbeing. In this way, it is imperative to rehearse anger management activities to control such boundaries of feelings.

Here is a portion of the anger management tips that can enable you to control your anger:

– Think before you speak:
We frequently state something out of anger and after that think twice about it later. This is a typical condition that has been looked at by nearly everybody sooner or later of time. Try not to say things unexpectedly without considering. Continuously take as much time as is needed and thoroughly consider what you are going to state.

– Express your anger once you are quiet:
Do not say things at the warmth existing apart from everything else. When you quiet down, express your perspectives on things that are irritating you. This will enable you to express better without harming anybody.

September 27, 2019 at 7:25 am

ANGER, the only emotion which is most difficult to control

We can control and hide any other feeling or emotions but to talk about Anger it is not an easy task, each and every individual find it difficult to control it no matter what the place, situation or person is if you really are heated up then you just can’t control your anger.

And you yourself also might have seen that One could hide or fake his feelings or emotion but if that person is really annoyed or heated up then that person just go all out and express his raging anger.

September 27, 2019 at 7:27 am

Anger they say is just one alphabet short of Danger. Hence it is essential that one learns to control one’s anger if getting angry is a justifiable response in a given situation.

My suggestions are as under:

Pause, Pause, Pause before you respond. This means do not give in to the temptation to answer back/ reply immediately. The best way to pause is to take in deep breaths. It stops you from replying and more importantly it also enables your mind and body to calm down.

Respond never reply – Response is a measured, logical and dispassionate reply. Replies are spur of the moment, spontaneous, occasionally emotion filled. Response is well thought out, planned and adapted to the context, situation and person.

Be aware of how you express your anger – Your voice, your tone, your aggressive body language etc. are dead give away’s that you are angry. Once you become aware of how you express your anger, adopt/ adapt ways and means to tone these responses so that you do not aggravate a hostile situation nor provoke a hostile reaction.

Walk away when angry – Ideally this is the best way to deal with anger but it may not be possible in most situations for it could trigger more hostilities from the other person. However if a situation (where no one else is involved e.g. you make a silly mistake in an exam paper and realize it the moment you come out of the exam hall ) makes you angry, it is possible to walk away or walk around to calm yourself.

Train yourself to LISTEN – This is very difficult because the situation is tense and your seething. However if you train yourself to listen, you will focus more on ‘what the other person really seeks’ instead of paying attention to the language, tone, mannerism etc. which may trigger more anger. If you address the requirement of the person provoking you, chances are there could be an amicable settlement without minimal hostilities.