Anger Management

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Anger is an unpleasant set of emotions we sense as a consequence to a disturbing experience. It is common but its impact differs from person to person and situation wise too. All of us experience it every day. A burst of anger can result in the most ruinous incident and most of the times, one we regret.


To govern anger one has to, realize its consequences and realize it can cause irreparable damage. Strength lies in controlling anger and the one who does so is always the bigger person. Even during an interview, senior managers intentionally query potential candidates with questions which can often lead to quick temper, but the ones with the capability to work with a smile under pressure is considered apt and mature for the job, tolerance being the winning factor.


When angry, a person loses his positive mind and attends to negative energy. He/she who have a grudge against another colleague, may resort to focusing only on the negativities of the opposite party and annoy at everything the other party does. The good traits are deliberately ignored, due to anger. This can cause severe damage in relationships, it leads too misunderstanding. Words spoken in anger register directly on the opposite persons mind. So, it is a prerequisite to speak carefully when angry or better yet to maintain silence. They say better the foot slips than the tongue or words go deeper than the sword; this is because Speech is an important element of communication.


We have to realize, that no good in the long run will come out of it and try hard to subside it as much as possible. Trying to meditate or practicing yoga will bring out patience and tolerating capacity. These activities, the mind must work on. In hours of stress, the mind must auto train itself to calm itself down and act wisely.





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This article was published on 2010/10/12