In my last post we talked about the acronym ACE for dealing with anger. The first component of ACEing anger was Assessing. The “C” stands for Choosing. If a person decides that he or she is in a Personal Danger Zone, meaning that there is a clear sense of ensuing loss of control, becoming enraged, or […]
We have discussed some neurological factors that contribute to anger, but what are some possible ways to deal with anger?
In my last post, I talked about how the brain functions when we become angry. Before I begin providing strategies for dealing with angry emotions, I should tell you the benefits of knowing this information because, generally, this knowledge can be used to prepare, prevent and recover from amygdala hijackings (intense anger episodes–see previous post).