Everywhere you look, you're probably seeing messages to "Be Positive" and to let go of your anger and basically to teach yourself to never feel angry.
But the truth is that you will feel angry sometimes. You don't need to feel guilty about it either. It's okay to feel angry and being able to feel this particular emotion is a healthy thing for you to do. Emotions like sadness, guilt, fear, envy, and anger are an important part of your "emotional intelligence".
They are just as important as feeling joy, happiness, and contentment.It's important that you don't deny your feelings or stuff them down because you consider them "negative" or feel like you "shouldn't" express those type of emotions. Just as you want to feel happy sometimes, it's important to allow yourself to feel sad sometimes and yes, even angry sometimes. It's part of the natural flow of human emotions."Anger is your worst enemy” When you are in a fit of anger, you loose your capacity to think. Your mind refuses to act. You loose your mental balance and say such things that can never be taken back.How to prevent yourself from "blowing up" on others?(especially when you have a "short fuse")When you get angry or jealous, are you in control of your feelings and thoughts? Or do these feelings control you? Find the process of awareness, not only will you meet your own standards, but you will also raise it with every new revelation.
The goal isn't to never feel Angry the goal is to understand your Anger and to choose healthy ways to respond to it Tune in to our next episode of DirectShifts Stories as our COO @Vamshiinterviews @ George Anderson. George Anderson is a Board Certified Diplomate in Psychotherapy, A Fellow in the American Orthopsychiatric Association and, the first global provider of Anger Management training, workbooks, videos, DVDs and interactive CDs. He is the author of “Gaining Control of Ourselves”, “Controlling Ourselves”, “Parenting in A Troubled World”, “The California Domestic Violence Intervention Curriculum, and “Depression, Awareness, Recognition and Intervention”.Mr. Anderson received Post Graduate training in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy from the Harvard University School of Medicine (1971) and previously taught in the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute, Pepperdine University, and Simmons College School of Social Work. Currently, he is the major provider of language and culture specific curricula in Anger Management and Domestic Violence Intervention. His workbooks are published in English, Vietnamese, Korean, Spanish and Russian.George Anderson was the technical consultant on the popular Jack Nicholson/Adam Sandler Movie “Anger Management”. He also appeared on the Cover of the Los Angeles Times Magazine in its August 28, 2005; edition titled “The Least Angry Man”.
This article is listed on their website as “The Storm’s Quiet Eye” at Anderson & Anderson Online Resources. A sitcom on his anger management practice is currently in the works Anderson & Anderson is a global provider of virtural Anger Management Facilitator Certification as well as EI coaching for "disruptive behavior" 360 Leadership Assessments and leadership as well as physician burnout. All services are available virtually worldwide. The Emotional Intelligence curriculum used is evidence based with Pre and Post EQ-i-2.0 assessments. The Anderson Executive Coaching Program is used as a resource for "disruptive physicians" by Credential Committees, Medical Quality Assurance and Hospitals worldwide. It is his specialized expertise and commitment that led George Anderson to be the technical consultant on the movie, Anger Management. Licensed #socialwork Clinicians with Certifications in Anger Management, Parenting, Substance Abuse or Batterer's Intervention can offer virtual courses nationwide & Worldwide.A one hour mandated class in anger management can produce $615 per sessions with only ten participants. All mandated courses are now offered via Zoom or a similar platform. Any course based on Emotional Intelligence will appeal to motivated clients.