Know how to deal with your emotions next time you feel like yelling at your boss or throwing your phone into a !@#$%%^ window?
How does this make you feel:
Your neighbors park their car in your driveway or even worse, their dog poops right in front of your door?
Being in the cinema and hearing people talking right next to you when your favorite movie scene is about to start?
Your boss accuses you of doing something wrong that your colleague was supposed to do?
As with most people, your natural response will be anger.
Feelings of anger arise due to how we interpret and react to certain situations.
Some things might trigger you more than others.
No matter how hard you try, you can’t hide your feeling.
You get sarcastic, clench your jaw, and once in a while you just explode and start yelling as loud as you can.
Depending on how often and how strong feelings of anger arise within you, the symptoms can vary.
Unfortunately, the negative consequences stay the same.
At first, people still forgive your little volcano eruption.
Yet, no one wants to fear burning in Mount Vesuvius hot lava on a daily basis.
Once you keep carrying your anger around, you will not only compromise your health, you will also lose the close relationships and social life you have.
There is a whole laundry list of how your anger affects you and others.
According to the British Association of Anger Management, one in five people say they have ended a relationship or friendship with someone because of how they behaved when they were angry.
Let’s skip the sad story of major diseases and isolation and move forward into a better future.
Good thing is you can press the anger delete button and discover easy ways to deal with your emotions without ever repressing what you feel.
Anger management can be learned and is much easier than you think.
There are proven strategies that helped millions of people to deal with certain situations in a productive way.
In Anger Management, you’ll discover:
The real reason behind your anger
Positive ways to release your anger
How to prevent or cure major mental and physical diseases caused by anger
How to find your way back into the real world
How to build and maintain healthy relationships
How one book and a couple of written words can be a life saver
What to keep and what to let go of
Why yesterday is not yours to recover, but tomorrow is yours to win
Common mistakes of anger management and how you can avoid them
And much more.
Anger involves more than just your mind.
Therefore a couple of yoga classes are not enough to cool you down.
Ignoring your anger instead of dealing with it won’t be a healthy long term solution.
Stop risking your health and relationships and start to follow proven cognitive behavioral strategies to manage your anger.
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