Anger isn't always a bad thing, but learning to control it is essential for effective communication. When engaging in non-violent communication (NVC), you can consciously express your anger without attacking the other person. Let's go over some helpful tips for managing your anger.
Keep Your Composure
Effectively managing anger means you keep yourself from getting carried away. It's never ok to abuse another person, physically or verbally.
One way to help keep your composure is to practice mindfulness. Take a deep breath and try to understand what's causing the anger. Focus on how to solve the problem instead of lashing out.