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Problem number 1: Anger – Conclusion

The first problem that I’ve talked about was anger and I listed many possible solutions toward a happier and angerless life.
To end this discussion, I’m going to remind you about solutions that I’ve talked about. The ones that are the most important.

  1. Be aware of your anger. Before you can do something about a problem, you have to understand that there is one.
  2. Do not pile up your anger. Deal with one thing at a time. If you manage to clear your room of anger, you won’t have such an easy triggering temper.
  3. Surround yourself with positivity: positive environment won’t make you angry as quickly. If you end up not spending as much time with aggressive people, you’ll notice you’ll get less aggressive as well. Also be ready to walk out on people that do not respect you and do not give you enough space. If people try to trigger your anger on purpose, you have to find those people who won’t provoke you.
  4. Breathe in the air and think twice before you say something that might insult somebody else. When something makes you upset, calm yourself down and talk about your anger. Remind yourself to have a calm and resting tone. People will be ready to listen to you if you do it with kindness.
  5. Act toward people the way you want them to act toward you. You are not the only one that gets provoked quickly. Be kind to your friends and family and remind yourself that they have emotions as well.
  6. Remember – anger is not the only emotion. Ignoring your feelings is wrong, but only focusing on anger isn’t a good thing either. Accept happiness as well. Learn how to balance those two emotions. Accept love and peace. Do not only leave space for anger.
  7. Find something that brings you joy. When you feel like screaming and fighting, distract your brain. Listen to some music, draw a picture, dance, read. If you suffer from the lack of motivation, you can still only take a shower or go for a walk.
  8. Laugh more. It’s ridiculous but laughing can actually make you feel more positive. Forget about that frowning face. Life is beautiful. Also … See life in all of its beauty. Remember just how many things are worth of smiling about.
  9. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Even if you go to a therapist, there is nothing wrong with you. On the other hand – help doesn’t always have to be professional. Your friends and family can help you out. And more than anybody else … Strangers that are coping with the same problem can give you some powerfull advices. Try opening up to them on Tumblr, Diary.com and/or Omegle. Always be safe, though and do not give out any personal information about yourself.

With this, I am ending my first discussion. If you are fighting with anger, I hope my advices helped you out. You can still post your questions in the comments below. I would be more than happy to try and help you out.

If you have any wishes on what discussion should I do next, please let me know.

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This entry was posted on April 18, 2015 by in psychology and tagged , , , , , , .
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