Understanding Anger To Improve Yourself

February 26th, 2013 in Transformation

Dealing With Anger

Anger is one of the most common natural emotions. We all get angry once in a while and we feel this for various reasons. It is a manifestation of either frustration or pain. Anger is an emotion that not only affects you but also those around you. It may seem a very negative emotion and most of the time, social protocols have conditioned people to repress it.  Although anger is perceived negatively, it has a purpose. Anger can help us improve as an individual and also improve our relationships.

When anger arises, it usually involves other people. Either they are a part of the reason or they are part of pacifying it. This means that either way, this emotion involves someone other than yourself.  How you react to a situation is what determines the degree of anger. If you can observe the situation without reacting to it, in time, the anger will subside.

Anger can also bring people to wrong themselves. When you get angry, you lose control of your emotions and this can lead you to dislike yourself. Usually, people deal differently in the guilt of anger. Some may resort to eating, consuming alcohol or drugs, promiscuous sex or other unhealthy practices when angry, hurt or frustrated.

You should remember that it’s normal to be angry but it doesn’t have to take over your life.  Suppressing anger may lead you to more troubles since trying to run away from it does not solve anything. It can be damaging in the long run since you are ignoring your emotion. Anger should be faced since it is an affirmation that you are human. You have frustrations and pains that you need to acknowledge and sometimes, anger is the way to face them.

Anger is an emotion that forces you to pay attention. It is a nudging emotion that makes you analyze and realize the things that are not satisfying you. If you keep ignoring anger, you are ignoring the things that are continuously bringing you unhappiness. Whether it’s an abusive relationship or an unhealthy environment, acknowledging your anger helps you confront the things that keep you from growing as a person. Anger also evokes change since it forces you to disengage yourself to factors that cause you this negative emotions, thus, freeing you from the things that are holding you back.

So remember that the next time you get angry, find out why and what you can do about it. Do not try to suppress or avoid anger since it will not go away but instead it will be kept inside you like a time bomb waiting to explode on the next opportunity. Anger can also be a starting point of healing. When we acknowledge anger, we are acknowledging pains and frustrations. The acknowledgement allows us to start working on things that will eventually lead us to a more fulfilling life.

Improving Relationships

Spiritual retreats are great opportunities for us to face our emotions. It gives us a chance to face our demons so we can transform our lives into something more positive. Sedona Soul Adventures have been providing spiritual retreats for people to face and acknowledge the need to emotionally heal and have spiritual rejuvenation. If you are in need of a self-centering retreats, visit their website now.

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