2. What is ANGER ?
Anger is "an emotional state that varies in
intensity from mild irritation to intense fury
3. Myths about ANGER
Anger is unhealthy or destructive.
Anger is an all-or-nothing phenomenon
If you don’t let your anger out,
it builds and explodes out.
That angry people yell and scream a lot.
That anger management means
keeping your mouth shut.
Anger is a normal and even healthy emotion
— but its important to deal with it in a
Uncontrolled anger can take a toll on both
your health and your relationships.
4. FACTS ABOUT ANGER
Not all anger is unhealthy or Destructive.
Sometimes Anger is Justified.
Anger is not an All-or-Nothing Phenomenon.
Anger typically occurs in degrees, ranging from
mild annoyance to rage.
It is not always necessary to let your anger out.
Anger does not work like steam in a kettle. It is not
necessary to release it in order to avoid explosion.
All angry people yell or scream.
People can talk politely even in anger.
6. AVOIDING IS NOT THE SOLUTION
Sometimes people avoid others when
they are angry so they won’t show the
anger or take it out on others. This
can be helpful at times, but it can also
lead to isolation and passivity--not
dealing with problems, so never
7. NEED FOR ANGER MANAGEMENT
Anger management does
not involve getting rid
of all anger, but using
anger to enhance your life.
We can look at the purposes
of anger in both a positive
and negative light.
8. NEGATIVE EFFECTS POSITIVE EFFECTS
OF ANGER OF ANGER
Bodily system becomes Anger provides cues that
rigid and impure. there is a problem
We damage or abuse others. Helps us to survive.
Broken relationships. Provides us with challenges.
We regret later of what
we have spoken Motivates us to take action.
9. HOW TO MANAGE ANGER
a range of feelings including anger
aggressive acts by self and others
the potential consequences to self and
others from these aggressive acts
thoughts prior to aggressive acts
internal cues to feelings of anger
Develop coping mechanisms for dealing with
15. Ways to Keep Cool
1. Get exercise every day.
2. Eat right.
3. Get enough sleep.
4. Learn to relax.
5. Know your feelings.
6. Write about those feelings. A short
pencil is better than along memory.
Use it to reduce your anger.
16. 7. Find a quiet place.
8. Take a time out.
9. Find fun distractions.
10. Make good decisions about
what you see and hear.
7. Choose friends who make you feel good.
8. Learn to forgive and forget.
17. Say sorry at the right moment to reduce the
anger of others.
Try to settle things down
as soon as possible, don’t
Forgive yourself and others