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Anger Management Classes: Anger Control Methods to Steal Your Life Back From Anger and Rage

Picture what your life would be like if you were able see the warning signs of your rage outbursts and knew how to control them for yourself. You are not alone, with the many stresses that society puts on us today, learning anger control methods that we can apply in our everyday lives is even more important that ever. Being conscious of our anger can mean the difference between living out your days in the same manner you have been or becoming more successful at whatever decide to pursue in your life.

     I have found 3 things that have really helped me become more focused on what I'm doing instead of what happened; they are learning to think in the future, getting a punching bag, and learning to take a break. It takes a conscious decision to change, but you will be amazed at how much better you feel once these things become habit.

     I think getting a punching bag is pretty self explanatory. What you use doesn't have to be a punching bag, a pillow or other soft object will work as well. Whenever you feel an outburst of rage starting to well up inside of you, go to your bag and beat the heck out of it. If you find that your rage starts in the car most of the time, get a squeeze ball or something you can take your anger out on while driving. This will allow you to clear your head of any irrational thoughts that are going through your mind while you are in your raging mode and then you'll be able to think about how you will confront the situation that made you angry.

     Learning to take a break kind of goes along with getting a punching bag, but this could be used in situations where you are not in an all out rage. Instead of getting to the point of rage, take a break from the situation. Walking away and going to the bathroom may be an option or if you are at work you could take an early lunch if your employer is flexible. At home you can have a hobby or nagging chore to get into when you walk away to keep you distracted from the situation. If you do this, make sure your family knows not to confront you while working on this hobby because this is your time to yourself.

     Thinking in the future has been the hardest tip of the three to tackle. Really this step has to do with reflecting on a situation that has made you angry and thinking if it will really matter tomorrow. Road rage always comes to mind for me. In 5 minutes, the person that turned in front of you this morning will not matter to you.

     On the other hand, if your teenage son is failing in school, this matters. This will be a situation that you want to make sure is handled correctly so making sure that you do not blow up into a raving mad woman while talking to your son about what is going on. Take the time to think and then talk to him in a calm and collected way to make sure he is truly listening to you.

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The term Anger management commonly refers to a system of psychological therapeutic techniques and exercises by which someone with excessive or uncontrollable anger can control or reduce the triggers, degrees, and effects of an angered emotional state.

One technique for controlling anger is finding agreement with another person rather than a conflict. In some countries, courses in anger management may be mandated by their legal system. The use of deep breathing and meditation can be used as a means of relaxation. Other interventions include learning empathy, stress management skills, forgiveness, changing how you speak about yourself or others and improving optimism. As the issue of anger varies from person to person, the treatments are designed to be personal to the individual.

The term Anger management commonly refers to a system of psychological Therapeutic techniques and exercises by which someone with excessive or uncontrollable anger can control or reduce the triggers, degrees, and effects of an angered emotional state.

One technique for controlling anger is finding agreement with another person rather than a conflict. In some countries, courses in anger management may be mandated by their legal system. The use of deep breathing and meditation can be used as a means of
relaxation. Other interventions include learning empathy, stress management skills, forgiveness, changing how you speak about yourself or others and improving optimism. As the issue of anger varies from person to person, the treatments are designed to be personal to the individual.
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This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. This definition is part of a series that covers the topic of Anger Management. The Official Guide to Anger Management is Larry Crane. Larry Crane has been teaching The Release® Technique to executives of Fortune 500 companies for years. He has personally trained businessmen, psychiatrists, psychologists, sports and entertainment celebrities, sales people, managers and housewives in the art of letting go of problems, emotions, stress and subconscious blocks that are holding people back from having total abundance and joy in their lives.

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