Anger management refers to the process of learning to express anger in healthy ways. It isn’t about suppressing our anger or encouraging us to just “not be angry.” Not at all! Anger management is about making sure our anger doesn’t take control of our behavior and lead us to making choices we regret. Many people have come up with helpful strategies to learn how to recognize the signs that we are becoming angry and to moderate our physical reactions to our feelings of anger; this gives us the space we need to identify exactly what is making us angry and why, and it keeps us calm enough to deal with the situation in a productive way.
Using simple Buddhist principles and applying them in a way that is easy for non-Buddhists to understand and put into practice, Leonard Scheff and Susan Edmiston have created an interactive book that helps readers change perspective, step-by-step, so that they can replace the anger in their lives...
In this guided anger meditation script, you will quickly relax and feel calm. Meditation can significantly reduce your levels of anger, irritability, and frustration. When you practice this technique, you will learn to be less reactive to thoughts and feelings.
When people and circumstances upset us, how do we deal with them? Often, we feel victimized. We become hurt, angry, and defensive. We end up seeing others as enemies, and when things don't go our way, we become enemies to ourselves.