Most of us struggle with anger. When we are angry, we often cause hurt, tension and conflict.
We end up regretting what we said or did, and the people we hurt the most are our near and
dear ones. In such cases our anger is unregulated and reactive. This happens because we don’t understand the true nature and purpose of anger, and also because we do not have the means to master this volatile emotion, so it becomes destructive. Once we understand our patterns better, it can become a good friend
In this series of post we will try to uncover some common words and situations which bring about the feelings of anger in people. Let’s look at some words associated with it :
We all want to show anger but it can be done in a constructive way. Here’s how > https://empress2inspire.blog/2020/11/29/how-to-communicate-anger/
Let’s now look at some prompting events for feeling anger :
- Having an important goal blocked.
- You or someone you care about being attacked or threatened by others.
- Losing power, status, or respect.
- Not having things turn out as expected.
- Physical or emotional pain.
Self talk is key in helping you to reduce anger, tap on the link to learn some tips > https://empress2inspire.blog/2019/05/30/reduce-anger-by-self-talk/
According to Paul Ekman’s research, anger is one of the six “basic emotions” identified in the Atlas of Emotions along with disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, surprise. Anger is felt by everyone at one point or another and it’s completely valid as its own emotion. Come back tomorrow and we will talk about changes ans experiences caused by anger.