Yes, it is possible to control and master your anger. In your interest, and in the interest of your family, friends, or professional entourage. Here are some tips to achieve this.
Yes, there is anger and anger. Sometimes anger can be useful, not to say necessary, for example when it is intended to protect you from aggression. A female victim of a purse robbery attempt may defeat her attacker by becoming angry, rather than by submitting . In this context, anger is a defense mechanism, classified in the category of mature defense mechanisms.
But very often, anger is only an epidermal, disproportionate reaction to a situation that is altogether banal if we take a step back. It is then triggered by an accumulation of factors, such as fatigue, frustrations or disappointments that have occurred in the previous hours. And all of a sudden, you explode: the famous last straw that broke the camel’s back. It is this anger that we will try to channel.