By Hal Marcovitz
Your face feels sizzling, your muscle tissues tighten, you notice red—you are angry...and you do not know what to do approximately it. utilizing real-life examples and quotations, AN offended GUY'S consultant discusses the organic, emotional, and social results of anger and gives research-based information regarding getting aid and dealing with it. Take a quiz to determine while you're competitive, passive, or assertive, and take the 1st steps to enhance the way you take care of anger.
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You can also use body language to help calm down an angry person. During an argument, avoid using dramatic gestures, such as shaking your head, slamming your fists on the table, or waving your arms. Instead, try not to move at all—except for an occasional nod of the head to signal to your friend that you are listening and trying to understand the problem. When a Friend Has a Conflict with You Allow him to have his say. Don’t offer your opinion or make a judgment on what he has just said. Listen attentively and wait until your friend asks you to speak.
He exclaimed. ” Wow, Carlos thought to himself as he continued walking down the hall. What’s his problem? Some people are quick to anger. That is, they are always ready to take offense, often about incidents that wouldn’t make another person think twice. How a person experiences and expresses anger—as well as other emotions—is a part of temperament and personality. Someone with a laid-back personality is less likely to have an anger meltdown than someone with an aggressive personality. Do you take offense easily?
Then he can have a turn. Your coach yelled at you in front of the other players for not passing the ball more often. A. Yell back at the coach and tell him he doesn’t know what he’s talking about. B. Say nothing but go home and complain to your parents that night. C. After practice, ask the coach if you can talk about what happened. Your little sister took your CD without asking, broke the case, and didn’t apologize. A. Take one of her CDs, break the case, and leave it on her bed. B. Say nothing.