Dealing with anger

We all get mad, angry, and frustrated sometimes. It is a natural human emotion to feel upset and/or mad. I decided that I would share a few things I do to help me cope with anger and not let it affect me in such a negative way.

Walk away and cool down

1.This is really helpful for me. Sometimes you just need to remove yourself from the situation before you start to say things you don’t want to say or you end up digging yourself a deeper hole. Walk away and cool down, meditate, take a few deep breaths, regroup yourself, and wait until you are ready to go back and have a reasonable calm conversation.

2. Write

Write down why you’re mad. This really helps me collect my thoughts and can be helpful when communicating to someone why I’m mad. Writing it down can also minimize anger and the problem because when it’s written down right in front of you you’re able to think clearly and realize that the problem is not as big as you may think it is.

3. Communicate

Communicate/talk to someone about why you are mad. It’s good to get your feelings and emotions out and talking about how you feel wether it’s to the person that did something to make you mad or to someone that you’re close to. Talking about your frustration or why you are mad can help you when you’re feeling frustrated and prevent situations like that from happening again because sometimes people don’t mean to intentionally hurt our feelings or make us mad so it’s important to communicate and get to the bottom of the problem.

I really hope these tips help you during times of anger and comment down below if you have any helpful tips on how you deal with frustration!

Thanks for reading! 🙂

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