Admit it, you too will have lost control and given free rein to anger. After all, anger is nothing but a human emotion, often triggered by an experience that is in some way negative, from which we came out wounded or offended, or from frustration at not reaching the goals we set ourselves. It is therefore normal to feel anger, but you must never lose control.
Anger out of control can in fact be destructive, undermine personal and work relationships, and even end up compromising our health and our quality of life. This is why it is important to have control of one’s emotions, including anger, to avoid becoming chronically angry and, even at work, destroying the relationships we have built with difficulty. But how to handle anger? How to endure that colleague idle or unpleasant, how to avoid getting warmed up by mistakes made and results not obtained? Here are the valid tips. If you need to know how to control your emotions then you need to be perfect.
We have said it and repeated it, everything starts from the knowledge of us. Are we inclined to get excited about the mistakes made? We first learn to take an example from what we did wrong, we try not to criticize ourselves more than necessary and not to complain: the complaints , the outbursts , the criticisms are fertile ground for anger.
We can never change others, those that make us angry, but we can change ourselves. Let us ask ourselves what is bothering us the most, and then if that thing has always bothered us or started doing it only recently. Let’s try to understand if the anger that mounts within us has deep roots, or is it given by a general impatience that is indicating that it is time to change something work? That is to question ourselves.
The power of no
Our mental health , our control of ourselves can depend on a no-no-no- no-answer If you are used to always saying yes, maybe because you are in a subordinate position, it’s time to realize that saying no is possible , it’s your right, and doing it will make you feel better.
Every hour try to take 5 minutes to reorganize the mind, get your thoughts back together. In these off moments it can be useful to arrange the desk: tidying up the space that surrounds us often helps to make order even in our heads. If you work in a very stressful and stressed environment it can help you take minutes just for us, out of the chaos and work routine. Then invest your personal time for sports or outdoor activities that allow you to recover your physical and mental energy.
The break can also be decisive in avoiding direct confrontations: if you find yourself in front of those who have made you angry, rather than replying and risking complicating the situation even more, it is better to take deep breaths, maybe go away and get back on the question only when calm was found. Likewise never respond to emails in moments of anger.