2. Don’t take things personally
How many times have you allowed your anger to just swell up and grow, because you’ve taken things personally?
See, you need to accept the fact that, we all have issues. We all have things that are going on in our lives. And the problem happens when we start to take other people’s issues personally.
Now a lot of times people will say, well what if I’m saying something directly, which someone thinks directly at me. It is about me, it is personal.
Well, we say no, it’s not personal.
Accept that, when it comes to people saying mean things or lashing out at you, it’s not about you, it’s about them.
Learn to not take things personally, it is one of the greatest gifts you ever can give yourself.
3. Learning when to let things go
Too often people have such a hard time letting things go, now why is it so hard for us?
Because we believe that it comes back to our egos.
For instance, most of us want to have things go our way.
So, we say, well I’m gonna put myself out there, and when I put myself out there here’s what’s going to happen, and we become so attached to our views.
And until we learn to let go of needing things to be our way, we crumble when things don’t go our way.
So, letting go of needing things to be to go your way, is a really important key to handling your anger well.