Understand your anger

Everyone experiences anger differently, and everyone has different triggers. It's important to be aware of your anger and why you're feeling it.

Admit your anger

Pretending to not be angry or covering it up can make your anger come out in other ways and distance you from others.

Use your anger as motivation

Use your anger to fuel your drive toward making a difference. For example, you can use it to advocate for a cause, set boundaries.

Challenge angry thoughts

Examine and reframe negative or distorted thinking patterns that contribute to anger.

Practice controlled breathing

Deep, controlled breathing can help soothe feelings of anger. It slows your heartbeat, stabilizes blood pressure, and relaxes your body