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Feeling Angry

Getting angry sometimes is totally normal. We all find stuff in life that makes us angry. When our anger is used carefully and constructively it can be a powerful force for helping us to get our voices heard and make changes in our lives for the better.

But just because anger is a normal emotion, it doesn’t mean that it’s easy to cope with. It can be really uncomfortable to talk about and many of us find it hard to express it openly.

Some of the harmful ways that people deal with their anger include:

  • Shouting at people
  • Breaking stuff and throwing things
  • Hurting other people physically and emotionally
  • Harming themselves

Although these ways of dealing with our anger and frustration might make us feel better at the time, we may come to regret them especially if we end up hurting ourselves or the people that we care about.

What should I do if I feel my anger is getting out of control?

Part of dealing with the anger that we feel is about learning positive ways to express it. A good way to manage it is to talk to someone you trust. They might be able to help you put your feelings into perspective. If there’s something in particular that is making you angry, then they might be able to help you find a way of improving the situation.

It’s important to find time to do stuff that helps us to feel calm and relaxed too. You could check out our Top Ten Stress Busting Tips for some ideas.

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