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Anger is a necessary emotion. It allows you to express your feelings of displeasure or grievances. However, like any strong feeling, if it is left to go haywire, it can lead to destructive actions.
For the anger to be a useful emotion, psychologists recommend that anger needs to be expressed in a well-controlled manner. This book will give out very helpful tips on controlling your anger. Here are some of those helpful tips:

1. Use the counting technique. As soon as you get the feeling that you’re going to be angry, start counting. If you think it’s not working, don’t think anymore, just walk away.

2. Sweat it out. Take a long walk, go for a swim, work out on the gym, do anything that requires a lot of physical exertion from you. It will get your mind off the anger.

3. Calm yourself. Help yourself calm down by doing some breathing exercises, visualizing techniques or through relaxing pastimes such as reading, needlework, watching TV or baking.

Experts also recommend that you always express your anger as soon as possible. Never suppress it or stew over it. Talk your emotions out to someone you can trust if you are yet unable to handle confronting the person who angered you. The idea is to get it done with immediately. No matter how angry you are , always keep in mind to express your anger in a healthy and mature way.

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