Anger is an emotion we born with. Its function is to set up boundaries so that others don't step over our grounds and hurt us physically or emotionally. Unlike how most people think about anger, having anger is actually a good thing. As a result, you don't want to not have anger, but learn to manage and use it for your advantage.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a good way to help you deal with your anger. It will give you practical behavioural and cognitive skills to manage your anger.
How to manage your anger using behavioural skills?
5 minutes time out
drink cold water
do strength based exercises
go for a run
talk to someone
How to manage your anger using cognitive skills?
ask yourself if this thing would matter in 5 years.
do a cost/benefit analysis
think: how would your wise elderly deal with this situation?
what would I say to a friend if I were giving advices?
Is what I am angry about true? What are the evidence and counter evidence?
There are many more ways that you can deal with anger. Anger is not that scary. It's a tip of an iceberg. We see frustration and anger at the top, anxiety and fear at the bottom. The bottom line is, we need to deal with the trauma that once occur to us and start to live free from it.
If you are tired of be angry and frustrated all the time; if you are tired of getting angry; if you are ready to meet the calmer and kinder self; if you are ready to reclaim the relationship that are just too valuable to you; sign up today for our online learning program! Early registration for 30% off ($ almost $180 in value) ends on January 31st, 2022.
This eight weeks program will start on March 2022. It consists of weekly online learning modules and weekly group discussions. Individual consultations with your group therapist might be available upon requests.