Anger & Emotional Management

Anger often arises when one of our inner wounds (from this lifetime or another) are triggered due to internal or external events. From a deeper perspective they are coming up for us to see what needs to be healed. However, from a shallow perspective, we automatically react in a defensive or offensive way to protect ourselves. Anger and other emotions often come and go, but it takes a lot of discipline to control our subconscious habit and mind set from getting the best of us and making us a victim of circumstances. As we strive to inner-stand and take control of our life, it’s a good start that we begin researching and learning more about the things that hurts us and those we love. Below are some resources that may help.


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The long-term physical effects of uncontrolled anger include increased anxiety, high blood pressure and headache. Anger can be a positive and useful emotion, if it is expressed appropriately. Long-term strategies for anger management include regular exercise, learning relaxation techniques and counselling.
Anger – how it affects people – Better Health Channel

Intermittent explosive disorder involves repeated, sudden bouts of impulsive, aggressive, violent behavior or angry verbal outbursts. The reactions are too extreme for the situation. Road rage, domestic abuse, throwing or breaking objects, or other temper tantrums may be symptoms of intermittent explosive disorder.
Intermittent explosive disorder – Symptoms and causes – Mayo Clinic

 Heart attack or related problem. Research shows that in the two hours after an angry outburst, a person has a slightly higher risk of having chest pain (angina), a heart attack, a stroke, or a risky heart rhythm. From irritated to enraged: Anger’s toxic effect on the heart – Harvard Health

Relaxation. Simple relaxation tools, such as deep breathing and relaxing imagery, can help calm down angry feelings. There are books and courses that can teach you relaxation techniques, and once you learn the techniques, you can call upon them in any situation.
Control anger before it controls you (apa.org)