dealing with anger

Anger isn't fun, but it isn't going away either. I have found time and again however, the more I patiently catch myself and interrupt the anger knot from getting tied tighter and the more I'm understanding and forgiving of my and other's imperfections, the less real estate anger owns in my day.
I think our closest relationships are our greatest mirrors into ourselves. They are the ones that trigger our deepest wounds the most... the ones where we really get the opportunity to work on our stuff. How many times have you found yourself frustrated and angry at your spouse or your children, accusing them of things you yourself know you do?
Anger and rage can destroy a person's ambitions, potential and dreams. It can even cost their life or the life of someone dear to them. This has been proven time and time again.
You shouldn't post about your conflict on Facebook. When you're angry, broadcasting your feelings to your friends and family
Anger and hatred can be directed at yourself or at other people, but either way you lose when you allow these negative foods for the soul to take over. Fortunately, there are some ways to overcome anger and hatred in your life.
By Jena Pincott It's not just hunger, blues, fatigue and mild dehydration that make us so tetchy. These little-known rage
Instead of suppressing an emotion, some people refuse to let it go. They indulge themselves in it, like bathing in clean water until it turns dirty. How many of us, for example, refuse to let go of our anger and resentment, even though it's harmful to us and others?
The last time I experienced hatred, I learned something of profound importance. After I was able to calm the mind (which
Releasing and letting go of those deep-seated beliefs that do not serve our highest good, allowing us to inch far enough away so we are able to move in a different direction, is the only path out of this endless cycle.