Anger Controlling

Anger Con­trol­ling

How You Will Benefit:

  • Under­stand anger and its causes
  • Under­stand behav­ior types
  • Develop cop­ing tools
  • Improve your com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills

What You Will Cover:

  • Defin­ing anger
  • The costs of anger
  • The ben­e­fits of anger
  • But­tons and triggers
  • Pre­cip­i­tat­ing factors
  • Dis­torted thinking
  • Pas­sive, manip­u­la­tive, assertive, aggres­sive, and passive–
  • aggres­sive behav­ior types
  • Man­ag­ing reactions
  • Start­ing an anger log
  • Relax­ation techniques
  • Cop­ing thoughts
  • Using humor
  • A model of release
  • Lis­ten­ing skills
  • Ask­ing questions
  • Solv­ing problems
  • Devel­op­ing your assertiveness

A Guide to Behav­ior Types

Pas­sive Behav­ior
Pas­sive behav­ior refers to the responses that you choose when you are so angry that you do not appear to even respond. These behav­iors can be the way that peo­ple look good despite doing bad things. Pas­sive behav­iors can be covert, hos­tile, and even noth­ing (where you are behav­ing badly sim­ply by refus­ing to act). Pas­sive behav­iors, though quiet, can be dan­ger­ous. Pas­sive behav­iors can lead to destruc­tive cycles where a per­son has also received rein­force­ment for their pas­siv­ity, and can take the form of a lonely and destruc­tive cycle.

Manip­u­la­tive Behav­ior
Manip­u­la­tive behav­ior is really a type of pas­sive behav­ior, but it is so com­mon and destruc­tive that it deserves its own cat­e­gory. Manip­u­la­tion means con­trol­ling peo­ple with­out their knowl­edge; the use of guilt can be com­mon in manip­u­la­tion. In the work­place, manip­u­la­tion is a way to cre­ate an envi­ron­ment we can tol­er­ate when we work with dif­fi­cult peo­ple. Manip­u­la­tion is some­times the action of choice when we do not want to con­front some­one con­struc­tively; per­haps we have learned that they will not respond to our con­cerns, or they become hos­tile when they are confronted.

Assertive Behav­ior
Assertive is defined in the Oxford Dic­tio­nary of Eng­lish as “hav­ing or show­ing a con­fi­dent per­son­al­ity.” When we dis­cuss strate­gies to man­age anger, we can apply assertive behav­ior when it comes to con­fronting some­one else’s behav­ior. Assertive means that we are look­ing out for our­selves and that we can say what needs to be said at the appointed time. Being assertive in express­ing anger can be a very healthy way to deal with your emo­tions about a sub­ject. This allows you to speak to some­one con­fi­dently and to ask the ques­tions that you need to ask.

Aggres­sive Behav­ior
Aggres­sive means, “ready or likely to attack or con­front; char­ac­ter­ized by, or result­ing from, aggres­sion.” The word comes from Latin aggress, mean­ing “attacked.” Aggres­sive behav­ior usu­ally takes place with all of the phys­i­o­log­i­cal signs of anger that we dis­cussed ear­lier: increased heart rate, blood pres­sure, flushed face, and tense mus­cles are nor­mally all present.

Passive-​Aggressive Behav­ior
Passive-​aggressive is really what it sounds like: pas­sive plan­ning (con­scious or uncon­scious) that results in overtly aggres­sive, even vio­lent, behavior.

Passive-​aggressive indi­vid­u­als may never actu­ally explode vio­lently. They can be offended and then seek revenge. For exam­ple, the hus­band who crit­i­cizes his wife’s cook­ing (nicely, because she has ruined an expen­sive roast again) but gets no response, and then dis­cov­ers that all of his white under­wear has been washed with the red towel and is now pink, is expe­ri­enc­ing passive-​aggressive behav­ior. Pas­sive aggres­sion comes in dif­fer­ent forms, but with com­mon ele­ments. Nor­mally, the per­son is strug­gling against anger, often with help­less­ness, feel­ings of inad­e­quacy, and a lack of con­trol. In order to feel that they have some con­trol but remain “good” on the out­side, they manip­u­late sit­u­a­tions, as we described earlier.


Short Descrip­tion

Con­trol­ling Anger Before It Con­trols You Every­one gets angry; it’s a com­pletely nat­ural response. But do you know how to man­age that anger con­struc­tively? By the end of this one-​day course, you will!

Course Info

One Days — 8 hr :

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