From anger to anger, what does anger teach us?
We have all experienced anger, but sometimes anger can grow and grow, become very intense and dominate our inner and our behavior, in those cases the anger becomes anger or rage. Rabies is an intense emotional state that has physical effects such as increased heart rate, blood pressure and levels of adrenaline and noradrenaline, and that can make us burst.
Why do we feel anger? From anger to anger
Anger is an emotional state that is part of our emotional repertoire, but why do we feel anger? What can we learn from rabies? Anger or anger is an emotional state that appears when we do not express anger. When we have our anger inside and leave it in there, functioning like an express pot. Within us, anger affects our thoughts and feelings, alters our view of the world and our way of feeling, we interpret possible threats and we feel irritated. Until a point arrives where everything explodes and anger or anger appears.
The rage causes changes in our body, which predispose us to action in the face of a threat:
- The heart rate and blood pressure are accelerated.
- Increase the levels of some hormones such as adrenaline and noradrenaline.
- Our thinking is blocked, and anger controls us.
What can we learn from rabies?
Anger is an emotional state that is part of our habitual repertoire of emotions. It is normal and natural to feel anger and when it is left inside it is normal and natural for rabies to appear.
This emotional state appears as a reaction to situations that are not right. Anger gives us valuable information about ourselves and teaches us that we are not managing our anger well. This makes us irritated, interpret threats and increase our tension, without leaving escape routes.
The rage causes us many damages because an emotional state that can have devastating consequences for oneself and for others.
When we are angry, we explode with all our anger, everything that we have inside explodes and we lose control. Our thinking is blocked and we do not care everything, our emotion is unpleasant and we are not able to keep calm. Rage out of control can do a lot of damage to those around us and to ourselves. Anger can be very destructive, which is why it is important to learn how to manage it properly.
How can we manage rabies?
The rage is an emotional state and like the other emotions is part of us and is the responsibility of each one. It is normal that we associate anger with something external, but the first step is to accept the emotion and take responsibility for it without blaming anyone. Remember that we are not responsible for what happens or what others do, but for how we react ourselves.
1. Do not feel guilty for feeling angryIt is an emotional state that gives you information.
2. Analyze your rage, Where does it come from? Why do you feel that way? Let it allow you to learn things about yourself and move forward.
3. Learn to express your anger in a productive way, Do not leave them inside you, they will affect your thinking and your emotion and will favor the appearance of more anger and anger. It is about developing assertive communication styles that allow you to express your opinions and defend yourself with respect for others.
Celia Rodríguez Ruiz. Clinical health psychologist. Specialist in pedagogy and child and youth psychology. Director of Educa and Learn. Author of the collection Stimulate Reading and Writing Processes.
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