Relationship Between Anger And Emotions

3 Flares 3 Flares ×

It is never easy to deal with emotions, especially when we are angry. Anger is an emotion, but at what time it gets in the way with our own life and other peoples lives, it becomes a critical dilemma.

Emotions

Emotions are obsolete. Emotions are the feelings that cause the body to respond to caused alterations within the person, and prepare the person for immediate energetic action.

Fear

The root cause for anger is fear and it is even the trigger that instigates the emotion that sets anger in front of the mind. When a person feels threatened mentally, then this person will often react out of fear.

The fear is embedded deep within the emotion, therefore the person is not always capable of interpret what caused the anger. When this happens, the person will respond by emotion or thought to the problem.

There is every chance of occurrence of disaster, if the person is not thinking when he or she reacts. The mind is where it is at and we probably will not have a difficulty controlling our anger, if we are taught to use our head in all situations.

However, most likely we can endure hardship throughout our lifetime, if we are taught to react to emotions that trick the mind. Contrary to beliefs, the emotions are more apt to trigger a delusion rather than help us to react maturely in all situations.

Don’t Allow Emotions To Rule Your Mind

You are most likely will meet dangers fate, if you allow your emotions to rule your mind in a dangerous situation. For instance, you will not think of the solutions available to avoid the fight, when you are triggered to fight and your emotions are roaring.

Now if you are thinking you know that you can talk a person out of their state of mind affectively, or you could simply walk away. This does not work in all fights, but it works in most.

Your emotions will play a vital role in the fight, since anger is an emotion, but thought is where it is happening to get out of the trouble. We can see this when a couple is arguing.

We know that trouble increases, if both are yelling and screaming at each other. We know that both people are emotional charged. Now if one person is using their head then they might be able to see the trouble and find a solution for dealing with it.

They might even see that it is just a silly problem and point this out to the other person that may not see. We know that when children fight and later they often became friends, when they realized that the fight was foolish.

Therefore, emotions played a vital role, tricking the children into believing that the fight was reasonable. Children would have talked through the problem and worked out an arrangement between them to resolve whatever was troubling them, if thoughts were in motion.

Anger is a learned behavior that we all must deal with, whether directly or indirectly. When we live in a system that teaches us violence is the answer to problems, it is more difficult to set free the angered persons in society to control their behaviors.

Anger – Influence

Now we see that influence plays a role in anger problems. Since leaders tell us that violence is good when you cannot control another person or group of people, then we are dealing with influences.

Most of the times it is not possible to prevent negative influences, but we can learn a better way by adhering to facts and the good things in life. When we look on the positive side, we can see that war has caused many troubles to our system and has benefited none. We can see the negative by viewing the leaders in action.

Now it is sure that you will go to jail, if you act out in violence in society. There are results for your behavior. Therefore, what rulers get away and teach us, they also teach us that superiority plays a role in control and anger.

Learning to think positive is not as difficult as it seems. Repeat and recite that today is going to be a good day for me.

Posted in: Anger Management

RSSComments (0)

Trackback URL

Leave a Reply


− 1 = eight

3 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 3 Google+ 0 StumbleUpon 0 3 Flares ×