3. Anger is a basic human emotion
that is experienced by all people.
Typically triggered by an emotional
hurt, anger is usually experienced as
an unpleasant feeling that occurs
when we think we have been
injured, mistreated, opposed in our
long-held views, or when we are
faced with obstacles that keep us
from attaining personal goals.
4. Anger is a completely normal,
usually healthy, human emotion.
But when it gets out of control
and turns destructive, it can lead
to problems—problems at work,
in your personal relationships, and
in the overall quality of your life.
And it can make you feel as
though you're at the mercy of an
unpredictable and powerful
5. de What is anger???
Anger is an emotion characterized by
antagonism toward someone or something you
feel has deliberately done you wrong.
- American Psychological Association
6. Anger is the strong emotion that you feel
when you think that someone has behaved
in an unfair, cruel, or unacceptable way.
9. *No damage to the relationship
*No grudge or disrespect
*Do not overact or behave rudely
11. Accompanied by negative body language
such as ignoring people, avoiding eye
People tend to bottle up their negative
feelings rather than venting it out.
Appear calm outwardly but they
experience inner turmoil and anxiety.
They vent out their frustration by
gossiping or spreading rumors.
It is marked by abusive and violent
behavior towards the targeted person. They
convey their displeasure and not to talk and
completely avoid the person.
20. What causes Anger?
Anger can be caused by both
external and internal events.
You could be angry at a
specific person (Such as a
coworker or supervisor) or
event (a traffic jam, a canceled
flight), or your anger could be
caused by worrying or
brooding about your personal
problems. Memories of
traumatic or enraging events
can also trigger angry feelings.
22. How does the Body React To Anger?
Anger doesn’t make the “blood boil” or your
eyes “see red”. But it does cause certain
changes in the body.
ADRENALINE and other chemicals pour into
THE HEART pumps faster.
BLOOD PRESSURE rises.
IN OTHER WORDS, the body shifts into higher
gear, generating energy needed for action. Learn
how this energy can work to your advantage or
23. WARNING SIGNS OF ANGER
•Muscular tightening , especially
around the jaw and arms
•A sensation of building pressure in
•Sensations of heat and flushing in
•Elevated heart rate, breathing or
25. Danger!! Danger!! Danger!!
Failing to deal with your
anger may lead to:
Uncontrolled Anger can be
It may lead to:
26. Anger… ..
It is important to understand anger
because the way you express it can
HELPFUL: Venting anger can get you
“fired up” so you can overcome
obstacles and Achieve Goals.
HARMFUL: When you ignore anger
or express it in a negative way, it can
hurt you and others.
27. How does Anger Affect Relationships… ??
Anger can result in domestic
People who are around the
angry person tend to shut down in
order not to anger that person.
Others get their feelings hurt.
Other people become defiant,
become indifferent, avoid you, or
lose respect for the angry person.
32. Importance ofANGERMANAGEMENT
The goal of Anger
Management is to reduce
both your emotional
feelings and the
physiological arousal that
You can't get rid of, or
avoid, the things or the
people that enrage you,
nor can you change them,
but you can learn to
control your reactions.
39. 2. Once you're calm, express your anger
As soon as you're thinking clearly, express
your frustration in an assertive way.
40. 3. Get some exercise
If you feel your anger escalating, go for a
brisk walk or run, or spend some time doing
other enjoyable physical activities.
41. 4. Take a timeout
Give yourself short breaks during times of
the day that tend to be stressful. A few
moments of quiet time might help you feel
better prepared to handle what's ahead
without getting irritated or angry.
42. 5. Identify possible solutions
Instead of focusing on what made you mad,
work on resolving the issue at hand.
43. 6. Stick with 'I' statements
To avoid criticizing or placing blame —
which might only increase tension — use "I"
statements to describe the problem. Be
respectful and specific.
44. 7. Don't hold a grudge
Forgiveness is a powerful tool. If you allow
anger and other negative feelings to crowd
out positive feelings, you might find yourself
swallowed up by your own bitterness or
sense of injustice.
45. 8. Use humor to release tension
Use humor to help you face what's making
46. 9. Practice relaxation skills
When your temper flares, put relaxation
skills to work. Practice deep-breathing
exercises, imagine a relaxing scene, or
repeat a calming word or phrase, such as
"Take it easy." You might also listen to
music, write in a journal or do a few yoga
47. 10.Find alternative channels for anger: It
can help to express anger in a way that
limits harm to others, such as tearing
newspaper, crushing ice cubes over a sink,
or punching or screaming into a pillow.