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How to deal with anger

First: in the moment anger happens: Acknowledge anger. As it happens, just as you might glance at someone who’s just entered the room. Do so without: Giving in to it (expressing it or lashing out) Judging it (or yourself)
 Thich Nhat Hanh “Whenever our [anger] comes up, all we need to do is recognize it and call it by its name.”
Honor the fact that they are there. Because when you honor your emotions, but do so without throwing yourself at their feet and lashing out, you also honor yourself.
Overall: understanding that anger is always caused by unmet needs And the need is never “to be angry.” So if that’s what you’re “giving into” or focusing on, you’re only abstracting yourself further from what you actually need.
Thich Nhat Hanh “When a person’s speech is full of anger, it is because he or she suffers deeply.Because he has so much suffering, he becomes full of bitterness.”
The third step is compassion the person we must first (and always) show compassion and care for is: us.
Compassion for others is part of it. But we can’t show anyone anything close to compassion if we don’t first understand what it looks like by showing ourselves. And we can’t connect with others by receiving their compassion and letting them help with needs if we don’t first make an effort to identify and manage them on our own, and then effectively communicating this as a package.
 Thich Nhat Hanh “When we do this, our [anger] can no longer dominate us… We have liberated ourselves.” 
Created by: Constandina



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