Anger, a natural emotion, the very seed that ignites following an argument involving injustice,defence to oneself or your loved ones. Anger is a strong negative emotion that stems from the fact that one believes he has been wronged. Anger is actually helplessness in disguise. Anger is also perceived as a temporary madness by many individuals who often speak and act impulsively during bouts of anger and later regret it.
Bottling up anger is not a healthy practice as it causes stress and unhappiness. Anger can wreck havoc in both the personal and professional life of an individual. The only positive aspect of anger is that it informs us that something is wrong somewhere and that something has to be changed. It’s best to express anger in healthy way, it’s important to be assertive but not aggressive.
An individual should never let anger become a repetitive phenomenon or even a way of life. Although anger is a perfectly normal human attribute but an individual must learn to control it and channelize it. Anger not only has a negative effect on a person’s health and wellbeing but it also decreases a person’s quality of life many a folds.
The first and foremost way to deal with anger is to change your perception, understand that come what may, in the end the universe will unfold itself the way it should. Individuals should learn to focus on bigger schemes of things. Meditation is one of the best tools to deal with anger issues. Self-control and avoiding situations that trigger anger such as confrontations and hostilities can also work wonders.