Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by Conspiracist, Jun 4, 2010.
Courses. classes, treatment..... Anyone ever took part in them? Do they help?
I have never take part in it. But I do think they will help.
Manage your anger before it manages you. This is the prevention is better than cure approach. This is actually the only effective technique for anger management. This involves two steps:
1. Understanding the root cause of anger in general and of your anger and anger patterns in particular.
2.It also involves having a self structure that does not cram up stress or that is non-conducive to anger or stress.This is done by continuous practice of some releasing techniques such as meditation,relaxation and psychological relaxation like savasana,autogenic training And also developing self-confidence, courage etc.
I need some anger management right now. I am trying to download a new audio driver on my computer, and it is a bitch.
tennis and cycling work for me
If you have a bad boss, Imagine on your serve toss that the ball is your boss's head.
Coupled with a nice, cold, margarita will do wonders tohelp one relax.
Of course, there's always the option of taking out the .22 and popping holes in paper targets.
I took an anger managment course, but the whole thing so pissed me off that I left.
No, seriously...I did take an anger managment course and it did help a bit.
You first have to really WANT to get your anger under control, and then some of the techniques you are taught to short circuit your anger can be helpful.
But if your anger is the result of biochemical glitch in the wiring, anger managment really won't help much.
I don't get angry very fast that's why i never go there but some of my friends go there and i think they really get the benefit. they teach meditation and also many other things so i think they work.
It is require to manage the anger otherwise it is harmful to the health. Due to the anger it gives directly effect on the blood pressure and brain. So, it is advisable to control on the thoughts.
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