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The Best and Worst Ways To Deal With Anger

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The Best and Worst Ways , To Deal With Anger.
Anger can be a tricky emotion
to process.
How we deal with anger can often lead
to real-time or long-term social
and health consequences.
Here are three of the best and worst ways
that people commonly deal with anger.
The Worst Ways.
1, Venting.
Venting to friends is often counter-productive
because it perpetuates volatile feelings
which can prevent a solution.
2, Getting Physical.
Research has shown pretty conclusively that hitting a punching bag increases the likelihood that you will aggress against real people, including
innocent bystanders, Brad Bushman, Communications Professor Ohio State University, via CNN.
3, Supressing.
Simply ignoring anger long-term is a surefire way to increase its intensity in the long-run, David H. Rosmarin, Assistant Professor Harvard Medical School, via CNN.
The Best Ways.
1, Taking Deep Breaths.
Taking deeps breaths while counting to ten
does wonders for lowering physiological arousal
when a person is angered.
2, Problem Solving.
Rather than engaging in a fight or flight response,
the same energy can be channeled into working
towards a solution to what caused the anger.
3, Positive Thinking.
Putting yourself in a positive state kicks
out the anger. A good way to achieve this
is by doing something kind for others

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