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  • What is Anger?Anger is a natural emotion.
    It’s nature’s way of telling us that something
    in our lives has gone haywire.
    Anger occurs as a defensive response to
    a perceived attack or threat to our well-being.
    “Anybody can become angry - that is easy; but to be angry with the right person,
    and to the right degree, and at the right time, and for the right purpose,
    and in the right way - that is not within everybody's power and is not easy.”- Aristotle
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Sometimes just our perception of a situation
    causes anger to ignite and sometimes the threat may be real.
    Whatever the case, anger isn’t the problem.
    The problem with anger is that many of us
    don’t learn to manage anger effectively
    Tip:Choose a job you love
    and you will not have a day of anger in your working life.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Long-term anger has been linked to
    chronic headaches, sleep disorders,
    digestive problems, high blood pressure,
    and even heart attack.
    Tip;
    Ask even stupid questions to avoid mistakes to
    further avoid others getting angry with you.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Find a safe spot. Yelling at friends or family members, slamming doors,
    and breaking crockery doesn’t solve any problem
    and frequently escalates angry situations between people.
    Tip;
    A short pencil is better than a long memory. Use it to reduce your anger.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Yet, sometimes you just need to vent.
    Finding a safe spot to act our your anger can relieve
    the majority of your stress, calming you enough
    to solve the real problem at hand.
    Go to a basement room and scream your head off!
    Throw a tennis ball at the garage wall. Buy a punching bag.
    Tip;
    Never get angry with a man who has nothing to lose.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Breath Deep. Anger often begins when we feel weaker than we really are. Molehills look like mountains.
    Taking a few deep breaths calms you,
    makes you feel stronger both mentally and physically,
    and can cut those mountains down to size!
    Tip;
    Never reply to a letter when you are angry.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Count to ten.
    Sounds simple, but counting to ten is
    an anger management tip that has worked for centuries!
    Counting to ten (or one hundred) helps you to step back from the situation,
    buys time for you to examine the problem and decide on an effective,
    rational way to express your anger.
    Tip;
    Nobody can disgrace us other than ourselves. So why get angry?
    Hammer has a head but no brain
  • Give yourself a break. It’s easier to think when you’re calm
    than when you’re agitated.
    Leave the room, take a walk, ‘whistle a happy tune’.
    Then come back to the problem, examine it, and solve it.
    Tip;
    Never go to bed with an argument unsettled.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Look for the sweet spot.
    Learn to act and not react.
    Although every cloud doesn’t have a silver lining,
    when life hands you a lemon, you can make lemonade
    and when you get angry, you can find a positive way to express it!
    Tip;
    Expectation breeds frustration. Frustration breeds anger.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow.-- Chinese Proverb.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.-- Buddha.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Two things a man should never be angry at: what he can help, and what he cannot help.-- Thomas Fuller.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • Anger is what makes a clear mind seem clouded.-- Kazi Shams.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep
  • No man can think clearly when his fists are clenched.-- George Jean Nathan.
    Hammer has a head but no brain
    Sunday slides from sandeep