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7 Anger Management Techniques

Anger can destroy your life. It can ruin your relationship with your spouse, your children, your friends, and your co-workers. The problem is that every day things happen to us that bring out our anger. So it's critical that we learn to keep our temper under control. We need to do this for ourselves, and we need to do this so that our children can learn from our example.

Here are seven easy to use anger management techniques that will help you to keep your anger under control:

7 Anger Management "Cucumber" Techniques To Live By

Expressing your feelings is healthy. However, expressing it in an uncontrollable manner can be dangerous. Here are seven anger management techniques you can do to make sure anger will not take control of you.

Applying these techniques will help you to be "cool as a cucumber", very calm, and relaxed even in difficult situations

Talking It Out

"Anger blows out the lamp of the mind," said Robert Ingersoll.

It may be true. I heard a story about one woman who ran a classified ad in order to sell her brand new car. It had only 3,000 miles.

"Like new," the ad boasted. "Mint condition. $75.00."

He laughed to himself, and said, "There goes the newspaper, making another mistake." But he decided to call the number anyway and ask about it.

"Is it really brand new?"

"Yes," she replied.

"Three thousand miles?"


"The price?"

"Seventy-five dollars," she answered.

Practice Anger Management

Man is governed by too many emotions that he is actually under the firm grip of these emotions and often fails to deliver his best. He at times doesn't know the mind set that give rise to these feelings that overtake his normal attitudes and activities.

Yoga and Anger Management


Almost all of us experience anger at some point or the other. Rather than get into a monologue of why anger occurs, I will try to touch upon why we should overcome it and how it can be done.

Why should anger be overcome?

Anger destroys the peace of mind: One constantly undergoes mental turmoil, uneasiness and frustration when anger is experienced. This disturbed mind is akin to a rudderless boat in a stormy ocean, being tossed around from place to place without it being able to focus on the task or destination ahead.


If your first impulse is to speak up when you see or feel something is wrong in your workplace, zip it! Yes, just zip it! Why? Most folks' initial responses are impulsive, emotional, subjective and void of thought. But, you already knew that, didn't you?

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