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24 Jun 2016 - 05:40:49 pm

Dealing With Your Anger

Anger is a healthy emotion that all of us posses in order to help us deal with difficult or otherwise threatening events in our lives. Yet regardless of whether you had an overall happy and secure childhood or a very dysfunctional one, being a human, and especially dealing with the challenges of juggling all the needs as a parent, developing skills in recognizing, acknowledging and positively channeling anger is very valuable to everyone. One way that is most popular among people with anger problems is to count to 10. When you get angry take a deep breath and begin a slow count to 10. If it doesn't help after the first 10 do it again. If they get angry we've always been able to talk about it....and work things out.


Anger may arise when actual experience or present thinking does how to control anger not conform to expectation, and where that expectation is important and has consequence. In other words, break the chain reaction that causes anger to escalate out of control. In my anger management classes with men I routinely hear of anger outbursts that result in troubling behaviors such as the ones described above.


I find that the slow burn of hurt, while it lasts, becomes fuel for kindness, rather than for anger. Mature people with high degrees of frustration keep tabs on themselves and work at diffusing their anger responses. We must turn the anger and the people who caused it over to God and let Him take care of it...Vengeance is Mine, I will repay (requite), says the Lord ( Romans 12:19 ). Trust God and He will take care of you and protect you. When you're prone to anger, it's because anger is just so damned easy to use as a tool. Think about ways to avoid these triggers or view the situation differently so it doesn't provoke anger.


He never would acknowledge he was afraid, however, which made me worry there would be similar future outbursts (there were), but having fully apprehended its cause, his anger never again intimidated me. He was ultimately diagnosed with lymphoma, endured several cycles of chemotherapy, and was eventually cured. Long term denial is very costly and keeps the soul in a pattern of illness and recreation until the issues are dealt with properly and released from the souls energy field.


Chief features, emotional triggers, and repressed anger will no doubt try to add shadows to the room, but remember that it was personal choice that allowed those energy parasites to feed on your psyche in the first place. In this case, law enforcement takes on the role of suppression and the judicial system focuses on consequences, but anger management classes are called upon by courts to educate people who have participated in violent crimes such as assault, terrorist threats or property damage.


My pain is not something to hang on to. My anger and frustration are a result of my experiences long ago when I didn't have the ability to figure out what was going on around me. I can see and feel this through your understanding. Without counseling, a pattern develops and the person may sabotage intimate relationships, friendships and work relationships. Dealing with anger brings us to some of the core principles of Kundalini Awakening, namely awareness. In spite of all your efforts, things will happen that will cause you anger; and sometimes it will be justifiable anger.




Then he began to follow written forgiveness instructions given by the therapist which stated that he should imagine himself as a boy and teenager telling his father that he wanted to be loyal to his good qualities, but not his anger and that he wanted to forgive his father for ways in which he had hurt him and his mother with his hostility. The feeling of anger as a result of child sexual abuse is attributed to different events and scenarios. Or, it could be that you have not given yourself the time, space and attention to work through and process all of your negative emotions.
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