Contrary to the popular belief, feeling mad is really a healthy and natural response to particular events.
These events can be something that is caused by your surrounding environment like missing your flight or bus. Or they may be caused by events that have happened to you at an earlier date or by events that are happening in your personal life.
Your body goes through a whole series of biochemical changes when you become mad.
Demonstrating anger at particular times is proper and has been ingrained deep within us as a survival instinct.
If you or your family are jeopardized, you react from anger. Who is not likely to defend themselves or loved ones when necessary?
However, problems happen in the manner that you react to certain situations.
Regrettably these extremes or responses are not always appropriate. You may find that you totally lose it with a co-worker rather than trying to just talk things out. When this occurs, you have to acknowledge that you have an anger management issue and you proactively take action to rectify it.
One way to do so is by employing positive thinking. You would like to learn how to look at what you can learn from the situation and how to handle it in a more constructive beneficial manner.
If a specific individual is making you angry, try to consider them in a more favorable light and actively figure out what you can learn from that annoying individual.
Do not just focus on what he or she does that makes your blood boil. Start looking for their strengths and values rather. Maybe they’re amazing with producing new software application for your business, they even have a bad attitude problem.
One method to improve how you think is to start using positive affirmations on a daily basis.
Quite often it is how you view a situation that is the cause of your anger, and not the actual situation .
You might just be feeling stressed out so your emotions will be the minute bring out your bad side.
So you always need to invest some personal time on your own. You want to spend some time to exercise, to meditate, to reflect and to think clearly (possibly during a relaxing warm bath after a long day.
Next time you respond in an angry manner, take two minutes and do some deep breathing exercises. Calm your mind until you think about the best way to reply.
In the event you reacted overly flirtatious, ask yourself if your response is justified or not. If no, then search for a different way on how you’re able to handle the problem in a more positive manner next time.