A Guide To Anger & Conflict

Learn about anger and how it impacts your emotional, mental, and physical health, as well as your relationships and work satisfaction.

Posted by Avail Content
10 months ago

Anger is a powerful emotion and when it comes to talking about anger, the conversation usually turns to how and why we should free ourselves of the emotion or the conflicts that our anger leads to. If it isn’t handled appropriately, anger may have destructive results for you and those closest to you. Uncontrolled anger can lead to arguments, poor decision-making, physical fights, physical abuse, assault, lower self-esteem, and misuse of drugs or alcohol.

But anger has potential to do more than just turn you into a bright red “rage monster”. Well-managed anger can be a useful emotion that motivates you to resolve conflicts in a respectful and constructive manner.

The articles in this series will help you learn about anger and how it impacts your emotional, mental, and physical health, as well as your relationships and work satisfaction.

First, you can examine whether or not your anger is ‘normal’ or perhaps more than would be expected under normal circumstances.

Next, learn what triggers your anger. When you identify your triggers, you can set goals to change them.

Finally, learn tips to keep your angry emotions under control and better handle conflict when it arises.

Are you angry more than you should be?
11 Signs that you may have an anger problem
What is the price you pay for being angry?

Learn why you get angry
The warning signs and triggers of anger
What provokes your anger?
What triggers your anger?

Learn to keep angry emotions under control
Changing your emotions with meditation
Control your anger before it controls you
Diaphragmatic breathing
Empathy: The anti-conflict tool
Is it really worth getting angry about?
Managing your anger by learning to solve problems constructively

Other popular topics about anger and conflict
10 Tips to avoid being a road rage victim
Is it really worth getting angry about?
Workplace conflicts: Are you listening or arguing?



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A Guide To Anger & Conflict

Last updated 10 months ago

Anger is a powerful emotion and when it comes to talking about anger, the conversation usually turns to how and why we should free ourselves of the emotion or the conflicts that our anger leads to. If it isn’t handled appropriately, anger may have destructive results for you and those closest to you. Uncontrolled anger can lead to arguments, poor decision-making, physical fights, physical abuse, assault, lower self-esteem, and misuse of drugs or alcohol.

But anger has potential to do more than just turn you into a bright red “rage monster”. Well-managed anger can be a useful emotion that motivates you to resolve conflicts in a respectful and constructive manner.

The articles in this series will help you learn about anger and how it impacts your emotional, mental, and physical health, as well as your relationships and work satisfaction.

First, you can examine whether or not your anger is ‘normal’ or perhaps more than would be expected under normal circumstances.

Next, learn what triggers your anger. When you identify your triggers, you can set goals to change them.

Finally, learn tips to keep your angry emotions under control and better handle conflict when it arises.

Are you angry more than you should be?
11 Signs that you may have an anger problem
What is the price you pay for being angry?

Learn why you get angry
The warning signs and triggers of anger
What provokes your anger?
What triggers your anger?

Learn to keep angry emotions under control
Changing your emotions with meditation
Control your anger before it controls you
Diaphragmatic breathing
Empathy: The anti-conflict tool
Is it really worth getting angry about?
Managing your anger by learning to solve problems constructively

Other popular topics about anger and conflict
10 Tips to avoid being a road rage victim
Is it really worth getting angry about?
Workplace conflicts: Are you listening or arguing?