Affirmation: Anger Management – I release anger from my soul.

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Using Affirmation For Anger Management…

Anger is part of us human beings and it is a natural response when we are frustrated, insulted, deceived or attacked. Anger can also be a signal that someone is suffering from mental health issues.

A lot of times, people see anger in a negative manner but it can be quite useful, although at times it can be very frightening when one fails to control anger. When you are angry, there is an adrenalin rush that initiates your body to prepare for ‘fight or breakaway’, it gives you energy and at the same time makes you feel tense. Releasing this energy and tension in a constructive way is actually good for you. However, in most circumstances, our response to anger isn’t helpful at all but rather makes things worse than better.

Anger itself is not a problem but how you deal with it can be… this is why anger management is crucial.

Anger becomes a problem when people around you are or feel hurt. This really depends on how you express your anger. Have you noticed that most times when you actually feel angry, it is usually about something that is happening to you at the time? And funny enough it is over very quickly – though the anger may stay with you for as long as you allow it! Just like, for example, when you sound your horn because the driver in front of you caused you to brake suddenly…

Some of us have had to learn to control our angers. However, as you are reading this it shows that you are looking for ways to help you or your loved one control anger. The words of affirmation below will certainly help you in managing anger.

Now let’s go..

I approach decisions with a calm demeanour and a peaceful attitude. I live in a positive mindset that assumes success. Even when I experience frustration, I handle each situation with grace and poise.

Those I love experience a refreshing peace in the storms of life because I respond calmly and effectively to them.

I have power over anger. I quickly subdue feelings of rage and replace them with relaxation. I focus on solutions rather than problems.

Every day, I am learning more and more about who I am and about my abilities. Instead of feeling helpless and frustrated when things are less than the best, I enlist help and create a support system to get the job done.

I deal with negative emotions quickly and decisively. I learn the lessons the negative emotions bring and I quickly discard it in favour of more productive thinking.

Life is too beautiful to remain angry for very long. I savour every moment of my life. I effortlessly release anger from my soul and replace it with inner peace.

My emotions are a powerful tool that I use to affect my situation for the better. I am content, yet I happily strive to reach the goals that I set for myself. I accept challenges as opportunities to grow and learn.

I choose to live in a spirit of power and joy rather than frustration.

Today, I choose to think positively and productively about every situation. My mindset is free from all inhibitions and rage. I live freely and blissfully.

Ask yourself these Self-Reflection questions:

  1. How can I learn to think more productively in stressful situations?
  2. How can I remind myself to relax and focus on solutions instead of problems?
  3. What are some effective ways to relax when I feel stressed or angry?

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About the author: A wife, mother, worshiper, writer and a business woman of integrity. An advocate for life purpose and passionate about women living their lives to the fullest and on purpose – making impact… having fun whilst earning a living. Remi Badozi is a life purpose coach who empowers women to live purposeful and leverage the power of the internet. Founder and creator of Life Purpose Matters.

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