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Use Anger Management Skills That Work

Updated on October 2, 2011

Anger Management

When it comes to anger management you need to know there are several tools, techniques and tools to help us through. Whether you believe it or not anger management is something that affects a lot of people in life. Because of this it is very important to have techniques and tools developed to help us along the way. It is also important to develop these skills to help all ages since anger management affects anyone from child hood until late adult hood. Some of us even have to deal with it on a daily basis which is why coping skills are also very important.

Acupressure is one thing that people can learn to help deal with any negative emotions we experience. Tapping or rubbing on our body is used as an anger management skill. Its all about getting your body to relax with a hard and fast massage. This helps to control the feelings of being upset and being tense. EFT is a nother big technique when it comes to relaxation. EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique. This works well when people can admit that they have problems. The EFT is great when it comes to helping with getting rid of anger and turning it into relaxation.

Another good thing to do when it comes to maintaining positive thoughts is to keep a journal. It really is proven that writing about situations that bother you will hyelp you work on them and get through them. By writing them down the thoughts can get released from your head and put on paper. Writing them down is an activity that is very specific. Writing can also trigger the issues that are setting off the anger. If a person know where the problems are coming from this may be good for helping them make the changes that are needed.

Another thing when looking at and understanding annger management there is a skill that is rather simple to put into place. The practice we are talking about is removing yourself from any situation thus eliminating any problems. Its as simple as understanding you have problems and where the problems are coming from. Once you know and understand what makes you angry then you can use this knowledge to avoid getting angry. In the cases where people go looking for trouble they need to dirtect their anger management in other directions. I guess instead of looking for trouble you are going to want to run away from anything that causes problems.

It is very important when dealing with rage and anger that anyone deals with anger management skills that work. You can find all kinds of advice on and off line related to the subject of anger management. It really would be a good idea to visit these sites and see what they have to say. Of course there will be a lot of advice and most people wont be able to use everything they learn. The thing is people just have to find what works for them. A person will finally realize the control they need when they find the techniques or skills that work for them. As a person dealing with anger management you may have to look at a few different things before finding what helps you but eventually you will find what works.

Anger Management Tools

Like we said earlier there are all kinds of different things that will help with anger management.

There are tons of tools for anyone to try on the internet.


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    • Dale Mazurek profile imageAUTHOR

      Dale Mazurek 

      7 years ago from Canada

      Hello you have a good head and you are a positive thinker. Getting angry in some cases is even a disease that needs to be treated by a doctor. However in most cases you are absolutely right.

    • Hello, hello, profile image

      Hello, hello, 

      7 years ago from London, UK

      I never can see anything to get mad about it. I often wonder what people find to get angry. To me it is a waste of time. You either solve a problem or if you can't you can't and let it be. Getting mad doesn't make any difference. I enjoyed reading your hub.

    • Dale Mazurek profile imageAUTHOR

      Dale Mazurek 

      7 years ago from Canada

      Your comment is so true. It is a sad state of affairs that can be dealt with.

    • lmmartin profile image

      lmmartin 

      7 years ago from Alberta and Florida

      'Tis unhappily true the world is full of angry people. We see them all the time, walking around with compressed lips, red face and a pulsing vein in their temple just waiting for an excuse to blow!

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