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Problem number 1: Anger – Lesson number 6: Take things calmly.

No matter what we do, we have to do it with limits. Even exercising isn’t good for us if we overtake it. Well, it’s definitely not good for us if we let our anger overcome us.

We get angry when we pile things up. If you’re not comfortable with tidying your room of anger, it’s better for you if there is no room of it.
Which means exactly this – stop your temper. When something makes you angry, control yourself to be kind about it. Friends might say something that bothers you from time to time. When those situations come around, be ready to expose a problem calmly.
Approach them nicely and tell them that something is bothering you. If you stay calm and if you manage to explain the issue to them, I am sure they will be ready to take some changes about it.
You mustn’t let yourself be bothered by everything that happens. Not every situation should raise your temper. Having emotions is a human thing to do. Going too far with them isn’t a very recommended thing, though.

If people don’t accept your calm exposure, you know you tried. Step away and don’t let yourself be close to the negativity. A lot of times, people trigger our reactions. You will notice that if someone makes you anyhow nervous or angry and you decide to spend less time with them, you will become happier and more positive by seconds.

Don’t give anyone an opportunity to control you and your emotions. If someone makes you angry by a choice, get out of that unhealthy relationship.
If someone is triggering your anger without knowing so, talk to them and fix the misunderstanding.

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This entry was posted on April 12, 2015 by in advice column, psychology and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , .
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