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  • ANGER MANAGEMENT
  • Presented To: Our Course Mentor “ Sir Ahmed Ali Memon” Presented By:Zia ur Rehman DanishSadaf Kanwal HamidNazish Noor UllahZarfain NizarIrfan Nizar
  • What is Anger?• Anger is a natural emotion• It is nature’s way of telling us that something wrong in our lives has gone anywhere
  • IntroductionAnger is one of the basic emotions that anindividual experiences when his/her plans,desires and needs are prevented or whenhe/she perceives injustice, unfairness and athreat to his/her own self.
  • Causescauses that anger:• Frustration and stress• Being overtired• Keeping feelings bottled up inside• Feeling misunderstood or ignored
  • Why we get angry? Desire and Expectations are not matched SomethingWe get angry happens
  • Which factor thatyou Become anger
  • Types of Anger: Behavioral Anger Verbal Anger Constructive Anger Self-inflicted Anger Judgmental Anger Paranoid Anger Deliberate Anger
  • Behavioral AngerThis type of anger usually describes someone who is aggressive towards whatever triggered their anger… this can be another person. This can be someone who always seems to act out, or is troublesome. Sometimes the outcome is physical abuse or attacks against others
  • Verbal AngerAnger that’s expressed mostly through words and not actions. Verbal abuse is used to criticize and insult people (put them down) and complain.
  • Constructive AngerThis type of anger is a key factor in driving people to want to join movements and groups. It’s the feeling of being fed up with how things are going, and the need to make a positive change.
  • Self-inflicted AngerAnger that translates in causing harm to one’s own body. People who use this type of anger are acting out by punishing themselves for something they’ve done wrong. Some examples include starvation, cutting, and overeating.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Difference b/w Anger & AggressionAnger is an emotion. It is ok to be angry.Aggression is acting out inappropriately and is not ok. Learn to check your aggression and express your anger appropriately.
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT •Throw something Identifyaggressive •Kick someone or something acts shown by self and others: •Get in someone’s face •Grabbing & hitting •Break something •Call someone names •Give someone a dirty look •Spread rumors
  • When you are ANGRY and UPSETremember…1-2-3 TURTLE
  • 1 – Go inside your shellTHINK before you ACTTake a “Time Out”
  • 2 – Take 3 Deep Breaths Time to RELAX Calm yourself down
  • 3 – Walk AwayThink of a good solution
  • Anger Management TipsTry counting to ten before saying anythingMeditation - It work as the remedy of anger , tension ,worry and fear.Laughing therapy
  • Ways to Keep Cool1. Get exercise every day.2. Eat right.3. Get enough sleep.4. Learn to relax.5. Know your feelings.6. Write about those feelings.
  • Ways to Keep Cool7.Find a quiet place.8.Take a time out.9.Find fun distractions.10.Make good decisions about what you see and hear.11.Choose friends who make you feel good.12.Learn to forgive and forget.
  • Over come TechniquesWays to reduce anger management and over come on that by : Relaxation Techniques Changing Your Thinking Problem Solving Better Communication Changing Your Environment Keep a Diary of Your Feelings Religious factors
  • Under Stress whatemployee do withmanagement ????
  • Conclusion