Do you have a teenage son or daughter that is very angry and you can’t seem to get through to them? If so, then it’s probably natural for you feel that your only option is to ship them off someplace.
But before making that decision, in this video, Josh Shipp of HeyJosh.com suggests you consider an alternative anger management technique if you’re the parent of an angry teen.
It’s becoming more important in today’s society to know how to control anger. With all of the stresses and obligations that we deal with on a daily basis, it’s no wonder why so many of us can have problems with anger.
In order to master anger management, you’ll need to gain control of how you react to your emotions. It takes getting into a mindset that allows you to think before you act or speak.
The premise of this article is to cover, simple strategies for dealing with anger issues. In this case, how to deal with someone who has issues with anger.
We’ve all encountered them. Some of us more than others, but we’ve all had our dealings with them at one time or another. This person is your friend, father, mother, co-worker, someone you’re dating, your husband, wife, or even your kids. What do these people have in common? They could be someone you know who has problems with anger.
It’s interesting how much uncontrolled anger can impact our lives. As Oz Zeldom describes, anger can have damaging effects. Here’s his take on anger, which includes some useful tips that anyone can use to manage anger effectively.
Tips to Manage Anger
Can you really avoid an argument? I mean really… sometimes arguing is something that can’t be avoided. We all have disagreements with others at some time or another, that’s what makes us different. We can’t always agree 100% of the time… but we can learn to control how we respond to someone when we disagree with them, so we don’t make matters worse.