An Angry Guy's Guide: How to Deal by Hal Marcovitz

By Hal Marcovitz

Your face feels scorching, your muscle mass tighten, you notice red—you are angry…and you don’t recognize what to do approximately it. utilizing real-life examples and quotations, AN offended GUY'S consultant discusses the organic, emotional, and social results of anger and gives research-based information regarding getting help and dealing with it. Take a quiz to determine when you are competitive, passive, or assertive, and take the 1st steps to enhance the way you take care of anger.

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Well, make me. . What do you do when confronted by someone whose anger is out of control? Usually the safest thing to do is to walk away, especially if you believe the situation could become violent. Don’t say anything at all to provoke the other person. Insults and name-calling will quickly make a bad situation worse. However, if someone is doing something that you think is wrong, and you confront the person, be prepared to deal with a conflict. If it turns out that you are arguing with somebody who becomes threatening, don’t respond to the threat.

They either keep their emotions bottled up inside or they become passive-aggressive. When people behave in a passive-aggressive way, they don’t directly confront the person who made them angry. Instead, they think of ways to get even. A passive-aggressive person may complain to others and spread lies and rumors about the offending person. So it is possible that a person who behaves in a passive way could also score high on the anger quiz. In any case, a high score on the quiz indicates a need for you to learn better ways of dealing with your anger.

Tell an adult what has happened immediately. If you are afraid to tell a teacher on your own, ask a friend to go with you. Keep on speaking up until you get someone to listen. Explain what happened, who was involved, where it occurred, and what you have done. Remember, bullying is not your fault—don’t blame yourself for what has happened. Adapted from Dorothea M. Ross, Childhood Bullying and Teasing: What School Personnel, Other Professionals, and Parents Can Do (2003) It is normal for the targets of bullying to feel angry.

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