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Breathe deeply, count to 10 or laugh…You're sure to find a solution to manage your anger from this list of tools.
Check out these scenarios on anger in relationships, the workplace and more for lessons on how to manage your rage in different situations.
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American Psychological Association
Anger has several levels of intensity. Read here how techniques like changing your surroundings or making a joke can help you manage your anger.
Anger Management Institute of Texas
Do you get mad at work? This video describes a four-part training course that might help employees better manage anger.
Not sure why you're so angry? Track your emotional and physical symptoms with the lists provided by this great anger management tool.
Do you know why you're mad? Answering the six questions in this anger management test might you help uncover the source of your anger.
Anger Management Groups
Learn to forgive or take a time out. This tool explains eight anger management skills to help control outbursts.
A diary is a great anger management tool. Use it to identify and avoid situations that make you mad.
It's sometimes easier to talk with people who understand anger the same way you do. Could joining this anger management group help?
Instead of thinking, “why is he late again?,” think, “I can wait a few more minutes.” The positive thinking emphasized here will help you better manage your anger.
This video describes an easy to do breathing exercise that might prevent outbursts. Try this anger management tool before you lose control or your job.
Try some yoga positions like the half bow or hidden lotus. Yoga might be a fun anger management tool to relieve tension in your body and mind.
This resource gives great anger management tips. Write down what or who triggers your rage, find a safe physical outlet to manage your anger or even pound a pillow.
Feeling rage? By answering a few questions and following along with an online counselor, this resource will help you discover the root of your anger.
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