The Detrimental Impacts Of Anger

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It’s normal to have strong emotions, especially regarding things you care deeply about. Your emotions, however, can become a problem when you allow them to influence your decisions in a negative way or treat people poorly. If you tend to react in anger, this response can eventually harm both your personal and professional life. If you notice this habit in your life, you need to deal with it immediately and rip anger out by the roots.

It’s possible you do not really understand the impact of your anger problem. People who have uncontrolled tempers may even believe they are justified in their reactions. Over time, people exposed to sudden outbursts, aggressive responses, rude comments and yelling will tire of being exposed to these things. Anger is often cyclical, and it will help to understand what triggers your anger. Understanding these things may help you more effectively filter your words and actions.

You may think you can manage your anger, but what you should focus on is rooting out the problem completely. Honest self-evaluation can help you see ways to train yourself to react differently. The following questions may be helpful as you consider an anger habit:

  • How would you feel if your words and actions were directed at you from someone else?
  • Do you feel the need to humiliate others to prove a point?
  • Have you noticed your relationships changing, or are people less willing to work with you in professional settings?
  • Do you suppress your emotions until you reach a boiling point where you are no longer able to manage them?
  • Do you often feel regret after outbursts or conversations where you were expressing your frustration?

These questions may help you regain a sense of control over your anger problem. Getting rid of the problem altogether may require deep evaluation into the causes of your feelings of anger, and it may help to speak to a professional. There is no shame in needing help, and taking this step can go a long way in helping you preserve the most important relationships in your life.

By Meagan Kerlin for Vertu Marketing LLC

 

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