How To Manage Anger?

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Anger is increasing in our society day by day. There is a number of reasons behind it. Our society is badly suffering from intolerance and stress. We are very sensitive toward minor problems. Some research claims that it is just because of poor food habits. Many other claims that it is just because of technology and its excessive use.

In my point of view, we can blame anything around us for anger. But the main question is how can we manage and reduce anger in our society. It is difficult but not impossible. Here are some ways by which we can manage anger and protect our self from further hurdles.

Avoid Argue.

We love to argue. Yes! We do love it. Most of us will deny this fact with another argument. There is no good benefits of unnecessary arguments. Even our ancestors encourage us to “Talk when you feel like your words are worthy enough”. You can consult with the best psychologist for any further help.

Drink Water.

When you are state of anger drink water. It will immediately calm down and you can avoid the serious trouble that could create through anger. In the state of anger, a person is highly charged with negative effects. When you drink water it will normalize these negative effect and help you calm down.

Sit Down.

In anger, sit down and try to make yourself busy. Divert your mind. Anger is all about damage. Damage can be physical or mental. Both damages are harmful so try to avoid them. It’s natural that we regret our anger after we get in a normal state.

Think Before Speak.

It’s obvious that in the state of anger we speak in a very rude manner. Make sure you think before you speak in that state because later regret will be in all vain. Think! If you need to stay connected with people that matters.


Anger management is all about self-control. There is no hard and fast rule to cope up with anger but just self-care.

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