Anger? We are being tested.
Managing feelings and anger during coronavirus lockdown.
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Feeling angry is not a bad thing; it is a signal that something is not ok with us. How we choose to handle our feeling of anger is the most important thing.
Is it Normal?
Yes? But we are being challenge more than usual. The Coronavirus pandemic with its extreme disruption of normal daily life and uncertainty for the future, compounded by crises, economic distress, health, social unrest, puts us all under the test.
But how do we manage it in these times?
Many people are finding that they are dealing with more anger than usual as a result of Covid 19. We usually feel angry in response to something, to a certain situation or a thought that we are having. We can often find ourselves immersed in a pool of negative emotions, feelings of fear, sadness and contempt.
There are useful ways to handle our feelings of anger that can lead to positive outcomes.
Although, we cannot fix the outside world, we can use the energy that motivates us to fix what is broken in ourselves.
Learning how to manage anger effectively
“Managing our anger requires practice”
We cannot solve the problem if you continue to have the same mind/thoughts.
Having great tools to look after yourself and your loved ones is essential in these times, responding rationally.
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- Become more self-aware;
- Look at Assertive, Passive & Aggressive Communication (read more)
- Fight or Flight – Understand what is happening to your body
- Can you think and make rational decisions and actions?
- Learn what are your triggers.
- Learn new techniques and practise how to stay calm.
Do you really want to be angry and ruin relationships and/or cause yourself more stress?