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feeling anger

We have all been angry. You want to scream, or shout. The builds up inside and only thing you can think to do is get it all out. (That rhymed, impressed?) Well, anger is natural. But unfortunately, anger makes do this we regret later. We have all said stuff that we didn’t mean and ended up hurting someone close to us.

Now, sometimes our anger is justified. There are issues in this world that we should be angry about. Racism, equal rights, etc... are things to be angry about, for example.

What we are focusing on here are all the times you got angry and then later thought “Man, I probably shouldn’t have shouted at my brother for breathing”

If you think it is time to change, here are some things you can do.

Firstly, don’t lash out. Rather, become aware of your thoughts and feelings when you get angry. Then, try your absolute best not to do or say the first thing that pops into your head (probably the second and third thing as well. Yeah, don’t do those). This will help you act in a way that you probably want regret later.

Secondly - or maybe even firstly - identify what makes you angry. Make a list of all the things that boil your blood in your daily life. Then, when you notice one of those things happening, get ready to feel angry and see if you can calm down despite of it.

Thirdly, turn the “you” into an “I” (not eye). So often when we are angry, we are quick to blame others. “YOU are late” “YOU are so annoying”. Well, next time you get angry don’t focus on what someone else has done, but rather, focus on what you are feeling. Maybe you are feeling nervous, worried or upset. You know what I mean?

Good luck and forgive your brother for breathing – it's about time.

Change your perspective and uncover a way forward for you!

Here are some things that can help you with that.




Unfuck Your Brain by Faith G. Harper
Our brains are doing our best to help us out, but they can be real pain sometimes. Among other things, this book will show the science behind dealing with anger.

Letting Go of Anger by Patricia S Potter-Efron and Ronald Potter-Efron
This book tackles the different styles of anger and how to deal with each one appropriately.

The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk
A pioneering researcher and one of the world's foremost experts on traumatic stress offers a bold new paradigm for healing trauma


Chiron, a young African-American boy, finds guidance in Juan, a drug dealer, who teaches him to carve his own path. As he grows up in Miami, Juan's advice leaves a lasting impression on him.

Anger Management
A man who works for a pet clothing store is angry with his manager and his girlfriend's best friend. A conflict on a flight results in him forced to go to anger management.

Good Will Hunter
Will Hunting, a genius in mathematics, but he has no idea who he is. He seeks help from psychiatrist Dr Sean Maguireto, hoping to have some kind of self-realisation.


If you happen to be angry right no and want to let go, this playlist might help.


On Purpose with Jay Shetty
One of the hardest gifts to give or receive is forgiveness. Katherine Pratt joins Jay Shetty on the show to discuss the power and freedom that can be found in the act of making things right.

The Imperfects
We're all imperfect. On this podcast, Hugh van Cuylenburg, chats to a people who are willing to make themselves vulnerable, by sharing their own struggles and imperfections.

On Purpose with Jay Shetty
This episode is all about trying to coexist and dealing with resentment. Jay's guests are shaping the next generation of world changers.

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