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Feeling angry from time to time is normal; it’s a natural emotion experience when you feel hurt, frustrated or rejected. Yet it’s also a powerful emotion and unless managed properly it can have a negative effect on your family, your wellbeing, and your business.
Anger can be caused by a variety of situations, such as other people, personal issues or financial problems.
Work, and the pressures associated with owning your own business can also be a major factor.
The important thing when managing your anger is to “own” your own feelings. People or events cannot “make” you angry. Believe it or not you have a choice in how you respond. By having an awareness of your choices you can make a step towards taking control of your behaviour.
The majority of issues faced in life involve other people, yet expressing yourself is not always easy and straightforward, particularly in the workplace or if you have a team of staff to manage.
You can sometimes say things you might later regret, however to be understood it is important to express yourself without losing your composure. It’s worth taking some time out to think about that you are going to say and how you are going to say it beforehand. If you find yourself in a difficult situation, you could adopt the following techniques:
There are some fantastic charities who you can speak to about anger management, including;
MindMind Infoline: 0300 123 3393 (Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm)British Association for Anger ManagementTel: 0345 1300 286
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