5 Anger Management Tips to Tame Your Temper

Posted on: May 16, 2019

Wondering if you should learn some anger management tips so that you can have better control when you start you feel angry? When your anger gets out of control, it not only negatively affects you and your overall health, it also affects those around you.

While everyone feels angry at one time or another, it is when this anger gets out of controls that help is needed. Since you are sure to experience issues in your everyday life that may bring about anger, learning how to control your temper by using some proven tips can increase the quality of your life.

About anger management

If you are someone who tends to lose your temper when you get angry, then know that you are taking a positive step when seeking more information about anger management. Even though it is considered to be normal and even healthy to express anger, this expression must be done in a way that is both positive and productive. Because this can be difficult to do in the heat of your anger, it is essential for you to learn some tips that can help you keep your temper under control.

5 Anger management tips to tame tempers

The following is a list of five anger management tips that anyone can use to help tame their temper.

#1 – Take a timeout

Taking a timeout is not only beneficial for children, but it also helps to give adults the time that they need to settle down. It may take just a few minutes or it may take a few hours, it simply depends on each individual.

#2 – Only use I statements, not you accusations

When someone is angry it is easy for them to lash out at others. Instead of leading a sentence with you accusations, only use I statements. For example, say “I feel like you never listen to me” vs. “You never listen to me.”

#3 – Relax, relax, relax

Taking a few moments to relax is essential and easy to do. One should close their eyes, picture a relaxing scene while participating in deep breathing exercises that calms the body. Listening to music can also be relaxing.

#4 – Look for solutions

Instead of getting angry over the same situation over and over again, find a practical solution to address the situation. 

#5 – Work it out physically

Exercise is a proven stress reliever. Even taking a 20 to 30-minute walk can help lower stress levels, which is going to lessen one’s chances of feeling angry.

Need to make an appointment?

We are hoping that at least one of the above anger management tips will help you. We completely understand that no one really wants to be angry as well as how hard it can be to control your anger at times. If you feel that you would benefit from making a counseling appointment to learn more information about taming your temper, we invite you to contact us to make an appointment at a time that is convenient for you. You may only need one appointment to learn how to manage your anger or you may need several. Contact us now.

Request an appointment here: https://drsergesorokin.com or call Center for Emotional Peace at (847) 722-6118 for an appointment in our Highland Park office.

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