controlling your anger

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controlling your anger
controlling your anger

Controlling your anger

“Never respond to an angry person with a fiery comeback, even if he deserves it…Don’t allow his anger to become your anger.”
― Bohdi Sanders, Warrior Wisdom: Ageless Wisdom for the Modern Warrior.

Controlling your anger is very important before it controls you. Out-of-control rage isn’t good for you and those around you.  There are various strategies out there for controlling your anger.

Controlling your anger
Controlling your anger

Controlling your anger else it will ruin your relationship

He left office in anger and reached home with a bad mood.  On the other hand, his wife had prepared him his best food and the table was all set as usual and this one was rather more special.  When he rang the door, his wife took time to come as she was getting ready. And there she opened the door with a big smile and the contrary happened to what she had thought of.  Her husband slammed the door and shouted harshly at her for being irresponsible and careless and went directly to his room without having dinner.  His poor wife sat down on the floor dreadfully dejected wondering what might have happened and she kept on crying.  The next day, when her husband woke up, his anger was completely melt and he was quite surprised that his wife didn’t come to wake him up.  He called her and there was no response and he starting looking for her and suddenly his heart thumped when he saw her lying on the floor.  But it was too late. His wife was a heart patient and the previous night she didn’t had her pills as she was eagerly waiting for him to have dinner together to celebrate their wedding anniversary.

We might never know when anger can snatch everything from you.  Anger is like an acid which if poured on you will ruin you. Controlling your anger has become an important subject in everyone’s life.  According to psychologist T.W. Smith, anger is “an unpleasant emotion ranging in intensity from irritation or annoyance to fury or rage.”  Frequent anger will also pose health risks and when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it will create lots of problems to many other areas in your life.