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Controlling Your Anger

The reason we have anger management is to try reduce both your emotional feelings and your physiological arousal that causes the anger. You can’t really get rid of the anger or even avoid, the people or things that make you angry, nor can you change them, but you could learn how to control your actions.

Are you angry too often?

There are psychological tests that are able to measure the intensity of your angry feelings, how prone you are to getting angry and how you handle it. If you find yourself acting in a certain way that seems frightening and out of control, you may want to get some help with finding better ways to deal with these emotions.

Why are some of us more angry than others?

According to Jerry Deffenbacher, PhD, who is a psychologist specialising in anger management, there are some people who really are more “angry” than others, they get worked up much easier and more intensely. There are also people who don’t show that they are angry in the normal loud ways but they are chronically grumpy and irritable.

People who are easily angered do not always throw things around and curse; sometimes they sulk, withdraw socially or get physically ill. Those who are prone to getting angry easily, often have what some psychologists call a lower tolerance for frustration, which means that they simply feel like they should not have to be subjected to frustration, annoyance or inconvenience. They battle to take things in stride, and they will get particularly angry if the situation seems unjust in any way: for example, having someone correct them for a minor mistake. But what makes these people be this way? It’s a number of things. One of the causes can be genetics or physiological: there is evidence that some babies are born touchy, irritable and easily angered, and that these specific signs are present from a very young age. Another reason can be sociocultural. Anger is very often regarded as a negative feeling; we are taught that is it acceptable to express depression, anxiety or other emotions but not to express anger. As a result of this, we do not learn how to deal with it correctly. Research studies have also shown that your family background can play a role too. Very often, those who are easily angered come from families that are chaotic, disruptive and not skilled at emotional communications.

At Dynamic Seminars we offer training seminars on many different practical skills including anger management. Visit the Dynamic Seminars website on for more information.

Why Is Time Management Important?

Why is time management so important you ask? Well, the saying goes: “time is money”, and this statement alone is most probably the reason that half of the population are convinced that it’s so important! For the rest of you, the benefits are multiple. Let us explain why. First of all, time management is important… Continue Reading

What Are the Benefits of Attending Seminars?

Below we have some interesting information about seminars and how they are able to benefit you: Expert Knowledge – Seminars are able to give you intensive exposure to a specific topic through discussions and presentations led by multiple experts. The Norwood Business Portal states that seminars can be a perfect opportunity for people who are… Continue Reading

8 Ideas To Improve Customer Satisfaction

8 Ideas To Improve Customer Satisfaction It is important to keep our focus on our customers. Below we have 8 simple ideas to help us improve our customer service. 1. Just ask them – Whether in person, in print or over the phone, it is important to ask your customers exactly what it is that… Continue Reading

Benefits of Leadership Training

Below we speak about 6 benefits that leadership is able to offer your organisation. 1 – Increases Productivity. The right leadership may increase the productivity of the people you work with. At its primal level, leadership is about you understanding your people emotionally. In the book ‘The New Leaders’, the author, Daniel Goleman states that… Continue Reading

The dangers of living a stressful life.

Naturally, human beings are every emotional creatures, and your emotional state can have an impact on your mental and physical health. That is why it is important for each of us to keep our emotions in check, but in the fast-paced world, we live in, where for many time is literally money keeping stress at… Continue Reading

Effects of having a low self esteem.

Self-esteem is simply our personal view and opinion of ourselves. Having a high self-esteem is very important because it allows us to enjoy the pleasures of life to their fullest without negative thoughts and insecurities creeping in, to ruin the fun. Spotting someone with a high self-esteem is easy due to the fact that they… Continue Reading

The Importance of Conflict Management

Conflict in the workspace arises when a misunderstanding or differences between workers aren’t accepted. This is bound to happen at any time in the office, we’re human, there will be differences. Conflict arising then isn’t the problem in the workspace. The problem begins when workers don’t know how to manage conflict accordingly. It then makes… Continue Reading