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Here are 7 different tactics to help you not be angry

7 Ways to Prevent Anger

Anger, we have talked about what it is and where does anger come from. Knowing about anger is good. Yet we still at times get mad. Though the bible doesn’t say it, I am sure somewhere along his story, Job threw his hands up and said, “Oh Come ON!” We as humans get angry. That goes without saying. There wouldn’t be an emotion called anger if we all didn’t get ticked off from time to time. …

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3 Ways of Getting Over Feeling Angry

You ever notice that, when you get butthurt, it is hard for you to get over the initial anger? Why do we get angry so fast? Well according to Julia Kristina it could be that we have some deeply ingrained bitterness that keeps rearing its ugly head. High Expectations Many times we have expectations that are too high. We get angry when we expect people to have the same considerations as we do. Yet when …

do you know why you get angry?

Anger and Where It Comes From

Mad, Irked, Miffed, upset, outraged, furious, indignant, irritated, or pissed off these are all ways we describe being angry. These are all varying degrees of anger. No matter what you call it we get angry from time to time. Where does anger come from? Why do we, as normally balanced men, get angry? For the longest time, I use to say Anger is a useless emotion. all it does is cause destruction and it makes …

Cann you gain strength through anger?

Anger and Strength

Well, last week didn’t go quite as planned. So I am taking a mulligan for another swing at anger. I have always taken anger as being an almost useless emotion. in men self-improvement, we have to find a way to address this particular emotion. My original approach to anger was that it does nothing but cause more trouble than it fixes. As I have been learning about the value of emotions even anger has a …

Can anger be good for you?

Using your anger for good?

What? You can use your anger for positive objectives? According to Men’s Coach a Tripp Lanier, yes. Because he believes that anger isn’t the problem but aggression is. As you will see in Tripp’s example of the man vs the inflatable swan. Where he talks about a man who is knocking the fire out of a swan the wronged him somehow. The advice that is given is golden, solid and needed to be heard. So …