Anger has been replaced for a long time. Both words seem to vary in exhibition, application and conclusion. Anger, like zeal, is emotional and natural, with physical and psychological effects. Anger is a physical response to a threat that can be used for constructive use. Over the years, I have learned to use anger and change it into zeal. Yes, you can turn anger into zeal and use it enough to overcome the difficulties that come with it. Anger can be idle; it can also become aggressive and very explosive.
This article will help you understand simple steps on how to turn anger into zeal that overcomes difficulties.
-Anger causes loss in self-monitoring; This makes it easy for angry people to be mistaken. In a strong form, it has the ability to apply cognitive control.
-Anger calls adrenaline, removes blood away from the gastrointestinal tract and toward the muscles for preparation for physical exertion. It increases heart rate, blood pressure and breathing, which can adversely affect the human system.
– An angry person can lose neutrality, compassion, prudence, thinking and cause harm. Anger has increased ability to reduce productivity and increase stress.
Turning anger into zeal: Anger wants it now, it doesn't ease patience in any way, but zeal works with understanding. Anyone who can have patience can have what he wants. -Franklin. Asking yourself these three simple questions will help you deal with anger and turn it into a success.
# 1 Why am I angry? People who express anger indicate that it has happened to those who are true. Sometimes people do not lose the ability to control what happens to them, but we all have the ability to decide how we react and respond to events that occur to us. Giving a sincere and realistic answer to the above questions will help you understand the root cause of the anger and find a practical solution to it. If you can determine the cause you are half way to deal with anger. First, seek to understand the cause and either take the course.
2 Am I a booster of my anger? You may be the cause of your anger. Having a guilty conscience from failure could lead to anger. Failure to do so or not may cause anger. In this case, you must take active measures to change such anger into production. If it is to the left, such anger would only lead to blame, independence, stress, and depression. Overcome the failure by first learning the lesson and then making a decision to avoid and correct the cause of the failure in the future.
Have I done what is necessary to prevent and reduce my anger? Anger has boundless boundaries when liquid can grow into something else. Many say they cannot control their anger, but the truth is that anger is controlled and directed to constructive use. Anger is not another personality with another mind; You can bring your anger to destructive proportions with your thoughts in your mind and direct it accordingly. You may not be able to control anger when you believe that you cannot, but if you continually affirm that you are in control of your feelings (anger), you will gradually gain control when you confirm it constantly. Do what is necessary to turn down destructive anger into the consequences of zeal, forgiving yourself or anger, and concentrating on passion toward difficulties that require the creation of your mind. Don't try to overflow your anger into the bottomless depth, if you do, it won't be long before it explodes. You do not want to continue fighting with your anger, you want to deal with it once, and you want to change it to succeed.
Turn your anger into zeal by applying reasoning and understanding. Obsession is anxious and eager to pursue something. It is a passionate loyalty and tireless diligence to go beyond the cause. Nevertheless, anger has an important role to play because it usually comes for zeal, trouble can start from anger, to some extent though. Although anger has the function of survival, it is still a bad incentive and an increase when it is not exercised properly. It is very easy to damage when it is angry but a sensible increase in determination is intense.