Hey there! Thanks for clicking the link and diving into this conversation. Your openness to exploring your emotions and seeking ways to manage them is truly commendable. Let's talk about anger, a potent emotion that can either propel us forward or create chaos if not managed.
First things first, recognize that you are not your thoughts or emotions. Just because you feel something doesn't make it an accurate representation of reality. Viktor Frankl said it best: "Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom."
Now, let's address the issue of anger. Angry people often have too many rules about how others should behave, leading to frustration when those rules are broken. While rules are important, focusing on your own actions and values is crucial. Remember, you're not here to be entertained, and the world doesn't owe you anything.
It starts with a desire to be less angry."Nurture that desire and build on it by deliberately choosing to be cheerful, calm, and understanding. The goal is not just to stop being angry but to develop skills that bring peace and contentment into your life.
If you want it, give it. Instead of waiting for others to treat you a certain way, be the instigator of positive actions. Listen more and talk less; understanding different perspectives is key to effective communication.
Consider distancing yourself from people, places, and things that trigger anger. And when emotions get overwhelming, be a pro at repairing. Apologize and rebuild; perfection isn't the goal.
Remember, anger is powerful and can be a force for good when managed effectively. The ultimate aim is not just to avoid anger but to cultivate skills that make you a peaceful, calm, and cheerful person. Good luck!