Anger Management

Try to recognise when you start to feel angry so you can take steps to calm down as early as possible.

Give yourself time to think before reacting – try counting to 10 and doing calming breathing exercises.

Talk to people about what's making you angry – speak to someone who is not connected to the situation, such as a friend, a GP or a support group such as Samaritans.

Exercise – activities such as running, walking, swimming and yoga can help you relax and reduce stress.

Find out how to raise your self-esteem, including how to be more assertive.

Consider peer support.

If you still feel angry consider doing one of these to diffuse the feelings:

  • Punch a pillow

  • Tear up old magazines

  • Squeeze a towel

  • Write down your angry feelings

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