Anger Management Series
Anger Management Literacy
Anger’s reality is evident! You only need to look at a few news headlines to see that anger is a major issue in out society. What about you? When was the last time you felt angry? Poorly managed anger is the root of many serious physical, social and emotional problems, including poor physical health, chronic disease, depression, unhappy relationships, violence and crime.
By contrast, the benefits of managing anger in constructive ways are: lower heart rate and blood pressure, better sleep, better digestion, better relationships, improved problem solving ability, increased self-discipline and self confidence.
Have you ever done something or said something that seems hurtful to another person as a reaction to anger or you had to say you were sorry for what you said or did? You said yes? this series is for you, keeping anger in control can be a very challenging task.
It is true that, anger is normal and a healthy emotion? anyways, it is still important to deal with it in a positive way. Uncontrolled anger can take a toll on both your health and your relationships. Uncontrollable angry emotion, can be a sign of serious mental health problems. The poem below perfectly pictures an angry person, who is likely not to seek help.
“This is me!”, An angry man says
“I cannot take that rubbish;” in rage he fumes
‘We all have this trait in our family” Anger displays itself
For, in a moment I destroy years of relationship
And I make offenders go in shame
I reside in the bosom of the fools
I open door to danger, and make a mockery of my captives.
You may say many millions of sorry afterward
But the scars may never be wiped off
Just because of that moment of madness
For battle of life is planted and stirred up
But many do not know it was an occasion they exercise lack of self control
If you know who I am, you might get angry but you will be in control of my ill,
You will heed the Wisdom in the Holy Book that says
“Let no sun go down upon your anger”
For strife, rancor, and unforgiveness are part of my deposits
Hatred and murder are part of my purchase
“You might feel mad about a case and situation
Heavy words may about to reel out from your bowel!
Keep mute, walk away from the region,
You might soon overcome the moment” wisdom counsels
©MOF 5th January 2007
Some people are taught that it’s wrong to get angry, others are taught it’s their right to get angry! The truth is that everyone gets angry. Getting angry is something we all do. It’s what we do with our anger that matters.
To be continued- Delightsomelands