It’s hard to admit to feeling angry. It’s even harder to deal with the consequences of anger.
Either way, we are faced with the stigma of being angry. This can become a trap until everyone recognises that we all get angry; it’s part of the human condition – we just express it in different ways and we don’t necessarily all have the best tools in the book to deal with it.
If you, or someone you know is battling, here are videos, articles and links that will inform your understanding of anger and help you make a decision to improve your life-skills.
Beating Anger : The eight-point plan for coping with rage by Mike Fisher
We all feel angry at times. It can be an uncomfortable emotion, yet is almost a taboo subject. We get very little guidance in our culture on how to deal with it, and the guilt or violence that may accompany it. Here is the perfect book to help anyone from 16-75 years old to beat their anger – or help anyone else to do the same. Aimed at parents, families, young adults and teachers, social and youth workers, health care professionals, managers, customer service departments, psychotherapists and counsellors – there cannot be many men or women who have not felt uncomfortable when they are angry, and wondered what to do about it.Click here to view the book on Amazon
Mindfulness & the Art of Managing Anger: Meditations on Clearing the Red Mist
Mindfulness & the Art of Managing Anger explores the powerful emotion of toxic anger – what it is, why we experience it and how we can learn to control its destructive power through the very nature of mindfulness. Fusing Western and Buddhist thought, therapeutic tools, specific meditative practices and frank personal anecdotes, this book reveals how we can all clear the red mist for peaceful wellbeing. Click here to view the book on Amazon