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  • Anger Management
  • Objective: 1-ANGER. BY{ ELHAM AL-ENAZI }, IS IT WRONG TO FEEL ANGRY. BY { MARWAH IBRAHIM }. 2-THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANGER AND AGGRESSION. BY{ REHAM }. 3-CAUSES OF ANGER ? AND HOW THEY EFFECT RELATIONSHIP. BY { RASHA }. 4-TYPE OF ANGER. BY { MARWAH IBRAHIM & ELHAM AL-ENAZI }. 5- ANGER MANAGEMENT? BY { WAJDAN }. 6-DEALING WITH ANGER. BY { REHAM }.
  • What is Anger View slide
  • What is Anger ? anger is a natural basic human emotion that we all experience. Typically triggered by an emotional hurt, anger is usually experienced as an unpleasant feeling that occurs when we think we have been injured, mistreated, opposed in our long-held views, or when we are faced with obstacles that keep us from attaining personal goals. View slide
  • But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life. And it can make you feel as though you're at the mercy of an unpredictable & powerful emotion.
  • Is it bad/wrong to feel angry ?
  • Being angry isn't always a bad or negative thing. Being angry can motivate people to listen to your concerns. It can prevent others from walking all over you. It can motivate you to get involved with causes that you care about. The key is managing your anger in a healthy way.
  • So Anger could be a start of something deeper, like rage or violent actions and reactions. You have got to control your anger, because it has the ability to control you. Anger is best recognized and best controlled if it is more understood. WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANGER AND AGGRESSION….
  • Know the difference between anger and aggression…. Anger: is an emotion. It is ok to be angry Aggression: is acting out inappropriately and is not ok.
  • causes Anger Anger can be caused by both external and internal events. You could be angry at a specific person (Such as a coworker or supervisor) or event (a traffic jam, a canceled flight), or your anger could be caused by worrying or brooding about your personal problems. Memories of traumatic or enraging events can also trigger angry feelings.
  • How does the Body React To Anger? Anger doesn’t make the “blood boil” or your eyes “see red”. But it does cause certain changes in the body. Here’s what happens: ADRENALINE and other chemicals pour into the bloodstream. THE HEART pumps faster. BLOOD PRESSURE rises. BLOODFLOW quickens. MUSCLE tense.
  • Danger!! Danger!! Danger!! Failing to deal with your anger may lead to: Health Problems Tension Accidents Interpersonal Problems Uncontrolled Anger can be DANGEROUS. It may lead to: CRIME-ABUSE-MORE VIOLENT BEHAVIO.
  • Anger effect Relationships… ANGER CAN RESULT IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. PEOPLE WHO ARE AROUND THE ANGRY PERSON TEND TO SHUT DOWN IN ORDER NOT TO ANGER THAT PERSON. OTHERS GET THEIR FEELINGS HURT. OTHER PEOPLE BECOME DEFIANT, BECOME INDIFFERENT, AVOID YOU, OR LOSE RESPECT FOR THE ANGRY PERSON.
  • why we get angry ??
  • What causes Anger? What makes a person angry?
  • ‘’What makes a person angry? Why do we get angry over the smallest things and blow up out of proportion with what is happening? Why do we get angry at the people we love and care about? Anger can appear to be irrational but if you learn to look below the surface you will find the real causes of anger. When you find the real causes you can successfully overcome your anger’’.
  • Hidden Causes of Anger . . . .
  • What can make people angry . . . .
  • Types of anger ?
  • Behavioral Anger This type of anger is comprised of aggressive and cruel actions. It inclines mostly on the physical aspect. It usually implies an attack towards the subject of the anger, usually a person. It is expressed through troublemaking, physical attack and defiance
  • Verbal Anger This type of anger, on the other hand, merely uses words and not actions. It is expressed mostly by openly speaking insulting words and hurtful criticisms. Accusing somebody of a crime or of a wrong-doing is also an example of verbal anger.
  • Passive Anger Is how mostly through mockery, or through avoiding a certain instance. People who are displaying this type of anger are not showing their anger outright but are devising covert ways of expressing it. They do not confront a person or a situation.
  • Self-inflicted Anger This type of anger is the one that is directed toward a person’s own body. Sometimes, people showing this type of anger tend to starve themselves or eat too much, for example. These are the people into the idea of punishing their own self for something wrong they have done.
  • Chronic Anger Ever come across someone that’s seemingly angry for no reason, or mad all the time? More than likely, they were exhibiting this type of anger. People with chronic anger are just mad in general.
  • Judgmental Anger Putting other people down and making them feel bad about themselves, or abilities, is a form of judgmental anger. This person expresses their feelings by making those around them feel worthless.
  • Overwhelmed Anger This person relieves stress by shouting, and flying off the handle, when they can’t take situations and things that are happening around them, anymore. When things are just too overwhelming… which is why it’s called ‘overwhelmed anger’.
  • Retaliatory Anger This is probably one of the most common, of the bunch. Retaliatory anger usually occurs as a direct response to someone else lashing out at you… has that happened to you once or twice
  • Paranoid Anger This anger comes about when someone feels jealousy towards others, because they feel other people have or want to take what’s rightfully theirs. Or they may act out because they feel intimidated by others.
  • Deliberate Anger Using anger to gain power over a situation or person. A person expressing this form of anger may not start out angry, but will get angry when something does not turn out the way they wanted. Or, someone doesn’t see eye to eye with something they planned
  • Types of Anger Determine What Type YOUR Anger is. Then harness it accordingly. YOUR Type ?
  • Anger Can make YOU ILL . . .
  • Why Manage Anger?
  • What’s anger management ?
  • West Virginia University's Student Center of Health5describes anger management as finding ways to recognize your anger "triggers" and developing healthier ways to deal with how that anger makes the individual feel and act.
  • It is possible to learn how to control your frustrations by practicing anger management techniques on your own. However, seeing a mental health counselor or taking an anger management class is generally more effective. Anger management teaches you to recognize frustrations early on and settle them in a way that allows you to express your needs, while remaining calm and in control. Coping with anger is an acquired skill which involves unlearning some of the bad behaviors that result from frustration. Anger management helps you identify what triggers your emotions, and how to respond so that things work in your favor, instead of against you.
  • We all feel angry sometimes and may say or do things we regret. This is a normal part of life, and may not necessarily mean you need anger management help. If your anger is having a detrimental effect on relationships, is making you unhappy, or is leading to violent or dangerous behavior, you probably need help.T here are many anger management techniques that you can learn and practise by yourself or teach to others. However if you, or someone you know, experiences a lot of regular anger or very strong anger (rage) then seeking help, usually in the form of a counsellor, can be more effective. You should seek professional help if anger is having a long-term negative impact on your relationships, is making you unhappy, or is resulting in any dangerous or violent behaviour.T ake Regular Exercise and Keep Fit
  • The hormones that we release when we are angry - mainly cortisol and adrenaline - are similar to those produced when we are stressed to help us to escape from danger. The release of these hormones is an evolutionary trait, useful if you are trying to run away from a mammoth but maybe less important in modern life where, for most of us, such life-threatening situations do not occur regularly
  • When you exercise regularly your body learns how to regulate your adrenaline and cortisol levels more effectively. People who are physically fit have more optimum levels of endorphins; endorphins are hormones that make you feel good and therefore less likely to feel angry.
  • Sleep This is an important factor to combat many physical, mental and emotional problems, including anger. When we sleep, the body and mind rest and rebuild damaged cells and neural pathways. We all know that people often feel better after a good night’s sleep. The optimum level of good quality sleep is about 7 hours a night, however everybody is different and you may need more or less than this
  • Best way to deal with anger ...
  • Be indifferent to those who seek to make us angry
  • Use reason to stop anger
  • Always try to understand those who are cross
  • Breathe Deeply
  • SMILE
  • Dealing with anger in islam . . .
  • Seeking refuge with Allah from the Shaytan Sulayman ibn Sard said: “I was sitting with the Prophet (saws), and two men were slandering one another. One of them was red in the face, and the veins on his neck were standing out. The Prophet (saws) said, ‘I know a word which, if he were to say it, what he feels would go away. If he said “I seek refuge with Allah from the Shaytan,” what he feels
  • Keeping silent The Messenger of Allah (saws) said: “If any of you becomes angry, let him keep silent.” This is because in most cases, the angry person loses self control and could utter words of kufr (from which we seek refuge with Allah), or curses, or the word of divorce (talaaq) which would destroy his home, or words of slander which would bring him the enmity and hatred of others. So, in short, keeping silent is the solution which helps one to avoid all that.
  • Du‘aa’: Du'a’ is always the weapon of the believer, whereby he asks Allah to protect him from evil, trouble and bad behaviour and seeks refuge with Him from falling into the pit of kufr or wrongdoing because of anger. One of the three things that can help save him is: being fair at times of contentment and of anger
  • Following the advice of the Prophet (saws) Abu Hurayrah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported that a man said to the Prophet (saws), “Advise me.” He said, “Do not become angry.” The man repeated his request several times, and each time the Prophet (saws) told him, “Do not become angry. According to another report, the man said: “I thought about what the Prophet (saws) said, and I realized that anger combines all kinds of evil.
  • The prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) said: "A strong man is not he who defeats his adversary by wrestling, but a strong man is he who controls himself at the time of anger."
  • References; http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/stress-anxietydepression/Pages/controlling-anger.aspx http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/angermanagement/MH00075 http://www.islamawareness.net/Anger/anger.html http://www.slideshare.net/syedimtiazhussain/anger9046254
  • References: HTTP://WWW.ANGERMANAGEMENTTECHNIQUES.ORG/WHY-WE-GETANGRY.HTM/