4. Being aware of what’s going on in your body
Being mindful of being what’s going on your body.
How many times in your life have you snap at someone when really you were hungry, just about everybody reading this is gonna be like, okay that was me, I did it.
How many of you have been angry with someone else, because you were really just overly tired?
You may think back to a time, when you were arguing, but really I was just overly tired.
All of these things happen to us of hunger, fatigue, being stressed, even something as simple as being overly heated can agitate us. And when we’re not aware of what’s going on in our body, we start to make up a story, right?
So, it’s really important to be mindful about what’s going on inside your body, the more mindful you are the more aware you are.
5. Learning to say what’s really going on with you
Learning how to say what’s really going on with you is one simple thing you can do to handle anger.
Like, if I’m hungry, instead of snapping at my wife, I can say, “you know what, I am really hungry right now, now is not a great time to have that conversation. Because I’m so hungry, let’s grab some food here real quick, and then we can talk about it.”
If you want to keep fighting, keep fighting. But the odds are you’re probably not going to want to. So better is to become mindful of what’s going on in your body and then expressing it accurately.
Many people will say, you know it sounds so simple but why is it so hard?
And I believe it’s so hard for most people because we’ve gotten in these behavioral patterns of just not learning to express what’s going on with us.
So, try these important five keys on how to control anger instantly, and soon you’ll get results.