Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal, but in the end you are the one who gets burned.
Anger Management is a very vast topic... Some professional have day-long workshops, others have month long programs to help you control it.
I just have 3 simple suggestions:
1. Anger is an emotion. It needs to be vented out. The more positive you are in venting it out, the more control over it you can have.
2. Anger generates when your ego is hurt. It's important to know the boundaries of your ego. Once an issue starts approaching that ego boundary, its important to either move from that place or stop that event from going further.
3. Anger in 40% cases originates out of the presence of clinical depression or clinical stress/restlessness... If you really care about yourself, get a cure for it.
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