Friday, July 19, 2013

Managing Your Anger

How many times in the past did you experience being in a situation where you cannot control the outburst of your emotions.  How many times did you experience dealing with difficult people in your work place?  I have gone through a lot of these situations and it's really sickening sometimes.  There are various kinds of people that you will meet in the course of a life time.  Though there are many nice people around, you cannot avoid meeting some who are a pain in the ass.  Someone who had chosen to be narrow minded and unrealistic.  People who were sleeping when God showered us with a gift of "understanding".  How do we manage our anger then?  I know that this is one of the most difficult things to do.  Patience is a virtue.  To be able to maintain your composure in the midst of a difficult situation where people react negatively towards you, treats you rudely and show disrespect is an achievement. What I have gained and learned through my years of experience working with different kinds of people is to manage my anger when confronted with a situation.  I used to react to people who used to be unreasonable.  I react indifferently and I show my anger in an instant.  But I've learned to manage my anger over the years.  I've realized that there's no point talking to people who don't know how to listen ad understand. The best thing to do is to avoid the person, let the anger subside and assess the situation more intelligently.  You'll be surprised that you will feel a lot better. :)

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