Sometimes anger and frustration are the result of very real and inescapable problems in our lives. Anger can be a healthy, natural response to these difficulties. Some people have a cultural belief that every problem has a solution.
That belief adds to their frustration when they find out that this isn’t always true. If you can’t find a solution, focus on how to handle and face the problem.
Make a plan and check your progress along the way, using a guide to organizing or time management if needed. Give it your best, but don’t punish yourself if you don’t find an answer right away.
Credit: American Psychological Association
Read more about Anger Management:
- Anger Management – Relaxation
- Anger management – Cognitive Restructuring
- Anger Management – Problem Solving
- Anger Management – Better Communication
- Anger Management – Humor
- Anger Management – Environmental Change
- Anger – How a Psychologist Can Help
See more: http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/controlling-anger.aspx