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According to the famous Mayo Clinic, "some signs that you need help controlling your anger include:
* Often feeling that you have to hold in your anger
* Frequent arguments with your partner, children or co-workers that escalate frustrations
* Trouble with the law
* Physical violence, such as hitting your partner or children or starting fights
*Threats of violence against people or property
*Out-of-control behavior, such as breaking things or driving recklessly."
Anger is a negative, destructive, debilitating, wasted emotion. It can lead to divorce, unemployment, alienation from children and family, and loneliness.
With more stress triggers in today’s busy world, and people’s patience spreading thinner, it’s important to learn how to control anger rather than allowing it to control the individual.
Even the nicest of people can fall victim to anger. But what matters is how you cope with and diffuse the situation when you feel your blood pressure rising.
By using logic, perspective and empathy, anyone can defeat anger. Once you are able to do that your family, work and social life will be more harmonious. You will feel at peace with yourself and the people around you.
M. William Hall is a senior researcher and writer for Laurenzana Press. He specializes in personal development topics and is also the author of Why We Fail: The 101 Best Ways to Overcome Failure and Achieve Success, How To Become Smarter: 21 Ways to Increase Your Brain Power in the Next 30 Days, Anger Management: 21 Ways To Go From Mad To Glad And Find Peace In Your Life and How To Persuade & Convince Others: 101 Ways to Get Anyone to Say Yes.