If we value peace of mind as our most important treasure we will not allow anger to remain in our system.
The simple act of breathing deeply will help considerably with removing anger. You will find your anxiety level dropping down to where you can think more clearly and you will know that once again you have anxiety, it does not have you.
Please share with us how you deal with your anger when you have an Anxiety Disorder. We are hear to listen and support.RespectfullyKitt
Thanks Karen and you are always welcome here.
I hope other members feel they can talk about what helps them or hinders them when they get into a tight spot.
Good Morning badfish,
Couple of ideas that may help you. It's important to notice the signals our body gives us when we start to feel angry. If we can catch these signals we have a much better chance of gaining control of our anger before we hurt ourselves or someone else. These are referred to as our triggers.External Triggers are what happens to us, like when someone lies or puts us down.Internal Triggers are the messages we give ourselves, "self-talk," that get us all worked up. They are sometimes based on assumptions or incorrect information. Perhaps you could start attempting to recognize these triggers and then we can explore how to deal with these triggers next.Take care my friendKitt
I hear what you are all saying. I will freeze to in public and if I do speak out I have a very difficult time staying in the assertive mode instead of the aggressive mode.
My anger seems to be at the person who has put mei in the position of being in this confrontation not so much as what is said by why it had to start in the first place. I like peace.
Hugs, and your all doing gret with this topic.
Boy Kitt you really hit this one on me, For I'm not the type that likes to back down and will hold my ground (but not with my wife, I just walk away) but for some reason I don't get scared by it, but rather feel like I have more control over myself by just letting it all out and most will back down I don't know how or why but if it dose brake into a fight I don't feel no pain from the rush of it, I don't like it but that's just the way I was taught.
Hey CowboyGreat input and honesty. I appreciate your response and I am sure others will speak out too.
I am off till Tuesday so take care here and I wish you some warm weather.Hugs
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