Anger Help Tips

Anger is a normal feeling, but it doesn't have to get out of hand. You can manage your anger. Here are some tips to get started. Please note: These tips are not intended to be a cure for anything or a substitution for therapy or medication. Furthermore, if you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or have an emergency, then call 911.

1. Exercise:
Become physically active, just taking a walk can help.

2. Get Active:
Engage in a fun activity, maybe something you used to enjoy.

3. Don't
Participate in social or religious activities. Isolation will just allow the anger to fester.

Talk About It:
pend time with other people that you can talk to.

Take a deep breath, take a step back from the situation, and process what's happening BEFORE reacting.

Manage Stress:
Stress makes anger worse and vice versa. Learn to manage stress better.

Change Your Stinking Thinking:
Try to change your negative thoughts into positive ones.

Take deep breathes, listen to music, take a bath, find what works for you.

Be Assertive with Others:
Express how you are feeling to others, don't let your feelings build up and don't allow others to walk all over you (Of course you need to use your judgement with some situations, i.e. your boss).

Healthy Habits:
You need to eat and sleep right. Eat healthy food at least three times a day and sleep eight hours. Go to bed and wake up at regular times each day.

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