Bad things happen whether we like it or not. While we can easily move on from most of them, there are a few instances where these unfortunate events will affect us so much we’ll end up traumatized. Dealing with traumatic situations such as a car accident, assault, abuse, severe illnesses, natural disaster, and sudden death of a loved one can cause a significant amount of distress that may change how we look at the world.
When we don’t access our true emotions and learn to honor them by acknowledging and then releasing them, they transmute into anger—pretty much every time. — Joshua Nash, LPC-S
Do you easily get angry? Well, maybe it’s time to do something about it before it gets worse.Though anger is a normal and healthy emotion to feel sometimes, not being able to keep it under control will definitely get you into a lot of trouble. Easily getting angry at something or someone may be a quick way to show your power but it’s also a shortcut that can land you in an uncontrolled situation. Take a look at the following anger management tips for you to know how to control your temper.