Compassionate Care: Anger

As we process the past year and address current conditions, you may be feeling angry.  Anger is normal, but it is critical that you find healthy ways to manage these intense feelings.  Things to consider:

  • Remember that anger shows up in people in different ways, different things make different people angry, and behind the anger there is often fear, anxiety, stress or another emotion.
  • There are things you can do to lessen anger’s negative impact.  It is important to know yourself and create healthy coping mechanisms.  For instance, walking away, taking a
    pause, going outside, or talking it through can all be healthy, helpful responses.
  • Talk to trusted people who can help you work through your feelings and how to navigate anger when it shows up in your relationships.

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