Anger Management


One day someone asks me “Have you ever been mad?”. I just reply this question by laughing.

Being angry is a normal expression when we feel unsatisfied with something or someone else. Sometimes we can spend our day with bad feeling because we are angry with someone. Can you imagine if you are a costumer service and you have to face a lot of people with ten thousand complaints and then in the same time we get a personal problem, can you keep sane?

Not all people can keep sane when they are in the lowest condition of feeling. I just want to share my experience when I was fed up with someone or something. According to my experience, if we feel angry, so you have to express your angry because it is not good to hold on your fury, it isn’t healthy for your body and soul. One time, may be you can express your feeling in front of the person who had made you mad and make him/ her know that you are really serious with that matter, but remember, there’s a limitation when you express it. Not to hurt your self or anyone else physically, but try to find a good solution to handle your feeling.

For me, We have to know the situation and the condition, yes we are angry but we have to realize about our position. If you are a leader of one organization, so you have to know when to be angry and how to manage your self. You don’t want to show your angry in front of your employee because it puts in your place. Be smart in managing your self.

When there is someone who is really mad and he wants to talk to you, I suggest you not to be with him/ her until he is sober. And When you are angry, I suggest you not to take a decision. Let your self calm down and take a deep breathe.

“A smart person is someone who can handle his/ her horse”






About fiyati

Saya adalah seorang anak perempuan yang lahir di Samarinda dan menempuh kehidupan sebagaimana biasanya, namun yang membuat saya berbeda ialah motto hidup saya yang takkan bisa dirubah oleh keadaan apapun jua. "Impossible is Nothing"

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  1. Another driver makes an inappropriate hand gesture on the road. A parent screams at a child. A customer verbally abuses the cashier at the supermarket. A teacher yells at his or her student. These are all expressions of anger when we lose control. Fury is a hostile missal looking for a target. The intent of rage is to inflict pain and humiliation on a specific or undefined mark amid a flurry of self-righteous indignation. Unfortunately there exists within all but the righteous, a loose cannon with a fuse of varying lengths ready to fire a barrage. The angry person has lost all reason and is on a rampage of destruction with no impulse control. So, how do we tame this inner beast? Anger, which arises from the spiritual element of fire, is a function of arrogance. Therefore, management requires humility. This, however, immediately begs the question, “How does the arrogant person who frequently explodes into a rage become humble?” The process of change is one of replacement or substituting one thing for another. Humility and pride are opposite components existing within the divided soul – the first emanating from Godliness and the later from evil. Thus, even the most arrogant person has a potential for humility because every aspect of being has its opposite. Thus, it is possible for anyone, at any time, to engage in a single act of humility. When such a window of opportunity opens up, we can ask ourselves, “What else is possible?” and then learn how to give up being right and to dismantle the upset. More at

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