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It's okay to feel angry, when somebody cut our line in the freeway.
But, we should never irrationally act out on our anger.
Repeating these thoughts in our mind to due with our
1. Getting upset won't help. Negatives lead to more negatives.
2. It is time to take a deep breath or relax.
3. I still need his help in the future. If I yell him back, he may break
window when I sleep.
4. What he did is nothing. Take it easy.
5. He probably intends to get me really angry. Well, I am going to
6. Anger will shoot up our blood pressure, pulse. Some people have
stroke when they are really upset.
7. It is just not worth it to get so angry.
AFTER YOU DEAL WITH YOUR ANGER SUCCESSFULLY, YOU
NEED TO REPEAT THE FOLLOWING POSITIVE THINKINGS:
1. It could be a lot worse, if I yell back. My window might be broken
2. I actually got through without getting angry. Now, people think
that I am a nice guy with a good patient.
3. I'm better off when I don't take things too seriously. And, I can
keep my health in a good shape.
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