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Anger Management Health Promotion Program Navy & Marine Corps Health Center
Anger is never without a reason, but seldom with a good one Benjamin Franklin
Hostility and Anger Effects Health Coronary heart disease Cancer High blood pressure More likely to die
To Stay Distressed and Mad…. Be socially isolated Be hostile Be depressed Have a high stressed job All increase risk of disease and death
You can change your own anger!
Anger Control Reduce cynical thoughts Reduce angry feelings Reduce aggressive behaviors
How to improve anger control skills Practice, practice, practice! Identify feelings and thoughts Evaluate negative thoughts, negative feelings and options Communicate better Empathize with others
Chill Skills Deflection strategies Distraction strategies
Deflection Skills Reason with yourself Tell yourself Stop Meditate
When angry, count to ten before you speak. If very angry, count to a hundred - Thomas Jefferson
Distraction Skills Daydream Positive fantasizing Time outs
Key Questions 1. Is the matter important to me? 2. Is what Im thinking and feeling appropriate? 3. Is the situation modifiable? 4. Is taking action worth it?
Anger Reduction Skills Problem solving Practice acceptance Communicate Listen Talk Emphasize positive
Put them away... Anger, wrath, malice, slander and foul talk from your mouth Colossians 3:8
Anger Management: Damage control or prevention?
Let everyone be quick to listen, slow to speak, slow to anger. James 1:19
References Anger Kills - Dr Redford Williams and Dr Virginia Williams Lifeskills -Dr Virginia Williams and Dr Redford Williams
Wisdom From the Ages Managing Anger Wisdom From the Ages Managing Anger Health Promotion Program Navy & Marine Corps Public Health Center.
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DAILY STRESS Mark A. D. Long, Ed.D. Health Promotion Program.
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Stress Management for Busy Professionals: Techniques you can use Lynne I. Wagner, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Medical Social Sciences Northwestern.
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