Ways to deal with anger

Hey readers,

Life can be tough and make you feel angry and lash out. I have written a post about ways to use that angry in a constructive manner so that people don’t get hurt but you can deal with the angry positively.

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Do something to use up the rage, maybe go for a run, rip paper or like me clean kitchen floor and get that frustration out of your system. I always better after cleaning up and I have the added bonus of a tidy kitchen, whoop!

I know this can be hard but if you are in a situation that is causing that angry it is better to hold your tongue and walk away in the long term, We all have said things in the heat of the moment and when you are angry you can’t think straight. That is why it is better to walk away and postpone what you want to say at a later date when you are thinking rational and calm.

Speak to someone can help if it is anger that is a long-term problem. I problem shared is a problem halved, especially if is someone that you can trust and may be able to offer some answers to your problems. However, sometimes or we want is to vent and that is ok too because it is better to let it out then keep it bubbling away inside.

Find a solution – maybe not instantly but read on the internet or ask someone for advice can help.

When I am angry I am just not in the mood for anything. I simply need to do is go to bed and sleep before making a big decision. I feel much calmer after having a rest and it gives me a better to change think clearer.

Sometimes, I can not always express myself verbally so I grab a pen and pad and Write it down. It feels after fantastic because it is much clearer to see the problem rather than going over and over things in my head.

you know what I love a good cry and that is all need to have the moment to break down in my room and get it out of my system, I feel tons better and I love calming feeling after.

Hope this helps,

Thank you for reading X

35 thoughts on “Ways to deal with anger

  1. Some great tips! I think channelling anger through exercise is a great way to unleash built up adrenaline and I also an partial to a bit of a cry from time to time to let it all out! #BigPinkLink

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  2. I do a lot of these when anger is taking over. It is wise to walk away when you’re too angry and calm yourself. That way, you don’t deal with your anger in a way that might result in something you’ll end up regretting. #LGRTStumble

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  3. Those are all great tips! I use a few other things like a stress ball to help in the situation (usually while driving because people make me nuts on the road) and meditation. Also Hiking and yoga helps me too. Love your tips. They are simple to follow and to remember:) #LGRTStumble

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  4. You are an amazing woman. You are not up yourself at all from what I can tell yet write such helpful posts. I have had anger issues and know fatigue can play a huge part in that. My husband seems angry a lot of the time and I can work out the potential reasons why from his past and keep encouraging him to work on this but he won’t #AnythingGoes

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  5. Great tips. I find writing things down on paper acts as a great release. I’ve also found that if I can remove myself from the situation and then use music as a distraction I eventually start singing along and forget about my anger. When I do remember it doesn’t have the same effect or feel so bad.
    Thank you for joining the #FamilyFunLinky x

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  6. Brilliant tips! For me, walking away and distracting myself seems to work best. Or listening to music as that seems to I’ll instantly calm me down or cheer me up. I do love to habe a good cry too. X #FamilyFunLinky

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