Reducing and coping with anger and aggression, health and well-being

The tendency towards outbursts of anger and aggressive behavior is a heavy burden for those affected themselves and for their social environment. Some tricks can help deal with aggressions properly and reduce them consciously before they can do harm to people.

Accept feelings like anger and aggression

Negative emotions that lead to aggressive behavior are part of every human life. Various factors such as character, upbringing and social environment determine how a person shows and deals with anger and anger. Most people occasionally break out in anger when certain circumstances in work or personal life cause anger or disappointment. However, if someone shows aggressive behavior in principle and even without a specific reason, this can become a considerable problem. People who show a high willingness to be aggressive should take targeted measures to reduce these negative emotions so as not to burden professional and private relationships.

Feelings such as anger, frustration, disappointment and despair, which lead to uncontrolled outbreaks, must be consciously perceived and analyzed in order to fight them specifically. Suppressing anger or not getting to the bottom of it only makes the problem worse in the long run. Depending on the circumstances underlying the aggressive impulses, different measures and therapeutic approaches can help to control outbursts of anger and to act in a way that is tolerable for the person concerned and his fellow human beings.

Express aggressive aggressions correctly

Everyone knows the feeling that in moments of great frustration there is a growing need to free oneself from negative feelings in a loud voice. If such an impulse is noticeable, the person affected should give in to it in any case, because if it is suppressed, anger and anger will break through so strongly at some point that they can hardly be controlled. However, the verbal or physical expression of aggression should not take place in the presence of other people, but in an intimate setting where it cannot hurt or scare anyone.

Reducing anger and aggression constructively

Therapists advise people who are prone to outbursts of aggression to go to a secluded location such as a forest, a place near a busy road or a railway bridge when negative tensions occur in order to get rid of the anger there with a loud roar or scream. With the vigorous emitting of emotions, a relieving effect occurs immediately, which acts like a cleansing on the soul and sweeps the pent-up aggressions to the surface. If the aggressive impulse occurs acutely, turning up loud music and screaming or singing along can help. It is always important that the roar disappears in the noise and cannot be noticed by anyone.

A long-term extremely effective – and also very healthy – way of mastering constant aggressive impulses is the exercise of a strenuous sport. Physical exercise also relieves mental tension and tension. At the same time, the rise in serotonin levels creates feelings of happiness that neutralize negative emotions or reverse positive. Whether running, cycling, boxing or dancing, every training session relieves you of mental pressure and brings the person concerned a step closer to a life without outbursts of anger.

In order to protect daily private and family life, people who have to loudly vent their anger should have a room in the flat in which they can withdraw in acute situations. Targeted breathing exercises help to find inner harmony and the Process anger in a peaceful way. A punching bag, pillow or other soft object should always be available in this room to reduce pent-up aggression through harmless blows.

Therapy helps with chronic aggression

Many people show uncontrolled outbursts of anger even with the smallest of incidents, because they suffer from constant overload, an unhappy relationship or traumatic experiences in the past. If work-related stress or even a burn-out syndrome is suspected to be the cause of the aggressions, therapeutic help should definitely be given claim be taken. Even if people cannot control their anger impulses due to negative experiences in childhood, talk therapy should be carried out to define and process the exact causes. Many people are not even aware of why they tend to behave aggressively. If the frustration is in the relationship, couple or family therapy can help to resolve the conflicts and thus lay the foundation for peaceful coexistence.

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