Some Of The Most Basic Anger Management Techniques
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Anger management techniques are the tools that are used to make anger management efforts successful. There are lots of anger management techniques you can use to make sure that your anger is skillfully kept in order.
We will only look at a few techniques here on this page. The reason for this is you do not want to read about all of the techniques today. But we will look at a few that will get you started in the direction that you want to go in.
One of the most important anger management techniques you will need in order to control your anger is you need to be able to recognize early when you are becoming angry. To do this, you check for tension in your body and in your mind. If you see anything you do not like, then you can go on to the next step or technique for controlling your anger. But step one which is a foundational technique is you always need to be able to tell when you are becoming angry.
You will notice that in some cases the techniques require you to have a certain amount of good will for others. Managing anger is not always all about you.
It will sometimes and often times mean that you must accept that certain things will not go your way. It can mean that you should subordinate your will to someone else's will because it is better that way…You will just have to know when it is better and when it is not. This is an anger management technique that works.
Of course when your way is better you need to stand your ground and see your way through. In this case another technique would do better.
Ignore Certain Thoughts
Learn to ignore unhappy thoughts…unhappy thoughts begin innocently as just an unhappy thought, but they do not die as just unhappy thoughts.
Unhappy thoughts grow and develop into angry, hostile and sometimes vicious thoughts. This is why stopping bad and unhappy thoughts while they are new are skills that everybody needs to have.
If you are having a problem with anger this anger management technique is one that you should start working on improving your skill in right away.
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The Worst Situations
There are also things in life that I call the worse situations. These situations hurt us and make us rightfully angry. But what makes this situation really bad is that it is something that can not be fixed. There is nothing that you or anybody else can do about it.
The technique that has to be used here is that you must not allow your uncontrolled anger to further complicate things for you and for other people. You must look at the issues and respond based on the decisions you make when you are not angry about the problem.
Decisions made in anger are almost always bad decisions.
Forgive Now, Forget Later
We have often heard it being said that you "must" forgive and forget. This is not as true or helpful as it is intended to sound. Yes, you should forgive today…as soon as you are wronged should forgive. But you only "forget" when you have recieved an apology or are comfortable with having the same thing or something similar happen to you again.
Until then, the anger management technique for you is to keep your distance from those who are careless or ignorant about your feelings. That technique is called "avoidance."
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