5 Ways to Control Anger and Improve Your Life

“Rolling Beauty” (California, USA)

Hello Everyone! I recently published an article on pickthebrain.

The title is “5 Ways to Control Anger and Improve Your Life.” I’d love for you to check it out. Just click here! Have a great weekend!

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  1. Enjoyed this post, Kevin. It’s important to forgive and get on with your life. I believe that you can forgive and still not forget as long as you don’t let hurt blind you. Thank you so much for the follow 🙂

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    • Hi Nicole, thank you for the comment. I agree with you. Happiness and keeping a calm demeanor are connected. I try my best to be comfortable in my own skin…except for when I get sunburn, which is often for an Irish-American guy living in SoCal. lol

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  2. I have found that when anger sets in, you literally don’t know what you’re doing, it blinds you to what is reality, and it is pure exhaustion as though you’ve run a marathon. Great article!

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    • Thank you, Krissy! You’re awesome! Funny, my wife was just reading an article in the Wall Street Journal about Canadians. I thought of you! Yes, we read the Wall Street Journal—we are very important people. hahaha

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  3. Having control over that bitter emotion is something everyone needs. But anger at times is necessary too I feel!! Anger at right place can help us achieve our targets!!

    Btw your posts do help!! 🙂

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  4. Great post !

    My problem is , though I can forgive, I cannot forget. I had a best friend who had done me wrong. here’s the thing, we’re still friends after all these years ( you can say , a childhood friend , and we still get together, and I usually have a good time with her, but I don’t trust her anymore, and every time I remember, I still feel some pain. I just think that’s her personality, and that untrustworthiness is part of her character, and I guess I have to accept that and I have to be careful.

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    • Thanks! I am all in favor of forgiveness, but I am also a realist like you. As you said, just be careful. As the old saying goes “hurt me once, shame on you. hurt me twice, shame on me.” Great comment. Hope your studies are going well. 🙂

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  5. Great post Kevin. Thank you for sharing your experiences. Anger is one of those emotions that can dig deep and fester over time. For me, it resulted with anxiety issues. But, from personal experience, I find that forgiveness and letting go is one of the best remedies. Oh yeah, everyone needs to laugh more 🙂

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