Here is a list of the various types and categories of anger management activities you will find on this web site:
Have you ever considered that the best way to manage your anger might be to learn to heal emotionally and love yourself? What about the activity of spending time alone and taking a look at who you are and how you really feel about yourself? It actually makes a lot of sense, if you think about it.
Most anger control problems come from feeling like a victim and focusing on what others are doing or saying or not doing or saying. In other words, if you're angry, it's probably "at somebody," meaning your focus is on them and not yourself.
So, to quote from a song by Credence Clearwater Revival, "Before You Accuse Me, Take A Look At Yourself," maybe it's time for you to spend some time taking a long look at you.
This is not for the purpose of chastising yourself, it's for the purpose of seeing yourself clearly. You may be surprised to find that you are really a good person with good intentions, regardless of what you've done. And yet, you are totally responsible for your actions!
If you're looking for an anger management activity that will take you to another level of self responsibility and personal freedom (out of the victim position once and for all!), then check out our books, CDs and audio download programs.
Another surprising type of anger management activity is Goodfinding. This is simply a matter of looking for what's good, right and working in you, your loved ones and the world around you. You might ask, "What kind of anger management activity is that?"
Well, when you're angry, it's because you're looking at what's bad, wrong and not working in you, your loved ones and the world around you--get it? Don't estimate the power of shifting your focus! If you're just too angry to do this, then go straight for some of the anger management CDs. But if you think a positive attitude would help you, you might want to check out this Goodfinding CD:
What you pay attention to grows. Learn how to shift your focus from what is upsetting you to the many good things inside and all around you. This will lower your stress and anxiety, and help you manage your anger and all of your emotions. This is one of the keys to living a happy healthy life.
Okay, there you have it. Everything you need for anger control and creating health and happiness are right here at your fingertips--because you are your own best anger management resource!
Remember, you're a good person with a good heart, and you can achieve whatever you set your mind and heart to. Thanks for stopping by this page on anger management activity. Come back anytime!
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