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Beware of Anger
  By vidhyaes200126 Nov 2014
posted 06/10/11 11:59:42
Anger is a normal emotion that needs to be dealt in a positive way. It is very important to keep in mind that anger won’t fix anything rather it would make worse impact on your health and even your relationships. For one to get out of his temper and the tendency of being angry, the effects of anger needs to be kept in mind. Anger ruins the joyful moments of life and creates unnecessary chaos in mind. Life is short and it is all ours. Each individual is self dependant for peace and happiness. If you want to be happy yourself, then make others happy. Also in the contrary, if you want others to be happy, fist make yourself happy. It is a theory of aura which spreads across our mood the people around. A few simple ways may help you stay away from anger and stress influences. • First think that the reason for anger is well within control. • Need not pose blame or find fault with the person associated, as it was not done with purpose. • Ask yourself, will this anger matter 10 years from now? When is it not something so sever and serious, why should this raise my temper? • Am I not gracious enough to absolve even it had caused a damage to me? • Why should I hurt a heart with my harsh words? This is never a gain to me. • Never should I spoil the beautiful relationships due to this shameful act of anger. • What if I’m the receiver of such angry words? These are the ways to avoid anger, however once anger has shoot up in your mind try to calm down in next few minutes by counting from 1 to 10. There are also other good ways like, listening to some soothing and cheerful music or diverting yourself with a casual chat with any special friend or enjoy having a glass of fresh juice or a cup of ice-cream. Try to keep your mind stay away from the object of anger and come back to it once you have completely calm down. If anger has become a regular phenomenon in one’s life, it would be a great threat for liveliness in life. Your reactions to all situations will be well predictable to be coupled with anger and at one point you and your views will be ignored along with your anger. Being cheerful, friendly, compassionate, jovial and ever enthusiastic would cost you nothing. It adds up an extra day of hale and hearty living.


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