Do You Have the Skills to Manage that Anger?
Are You Able to Manage Your Own Anger?
- A Logical, Psychological, Explanation for Anger
- Ways to Manage Your Own Anger and to Defend Yourself from Other People’s Anger
- To Recognize When You Need to Manage Your Own Anger and How to Do It
- An Eight Step Method for Assessing Your Readiness to Intervene in an Angry situation
- A Proactive Plan for Dealing with Angry People
- Methods of Discriminating the Early Warning Signs so You Can Intervene Before a Person becomes Angry and Loses Control
- Five Techniques for Diffusing a Person’s Anger
It may be difficult to imagine that anger is something you can control. You can control you own anger and you can learn to deescalate the anger of others.
Did you know that Anger is a chosen behavior?
You may be wondering why you should learn how to manage other people’s anger. No one has a right to talk to you that way and you should have the right to hang up the phone or walk away. You do have that right but the question is what does that choice do to the angry person. Often they become even more outraged. Learning these methods will give you the ammunition you need to take the proverbial wind out of the angry person’s sails.
You don’t like having to be the one to take someone angry outbursts, especially when you aren’t the one who caused the problem and you’re not responsible for its solution. I can definitely understand this sentiment. It certainly isn’t right and definitely isn’t fair to have to clean up other people’s messes. However, when you are the one who is confronted with the angry person, wouldn’t it be nice to have a plan already in place to manage that emotion so you don’t have to get the brunt of it?
I know there are some of you reading this letter who are thinking that you have NO desire to manage your own anger. Anger can be a very useful emotion. It can help us meet our needs in a variety of ways. Why would someone want to give up effective behavior? Just because you learn ways to manage your anger, doesn’t mean you have to use them. If you find yourself in a situation where you want to stay angry, then by all means hold on to your anger.
This eBook will only give you alternatives in case you find yourself in a situation where maybe anger isn’t appropriate or useful.