When anger increases, perspective and reasoning decreases. It just makes things worse!
Whether expressed or suppressed, anger doesn’t feel good or look good. If you don’t want anger to mess things up, understand what triggers your anger, how it affects you and how to defuse it in a healthy way rather than an explosion. It’s not always our own fuse that’s the problem, sometimes it’s someone else’s too.
Learn how to
- defuse not only your own anger but other people’s as well
- stay cool and respond calmly
- calm the situation and make things better
- respond rather than reacting
What do you do when you’re on the receiving end of someone else’s anger? Get anxious? (Flustered) Upset? Escape? (Flee) Get angry yourself? Try to defuse their anger?
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