Everyone has a bad day every once in a while. Whether it’s a child who refuses to comply with your request or a missed ferry ride that ruined your holiday plans, everyday stressors can take a toll on your mental well-being. Although anger is a natural emotion, it’s important to manage it to avoid destructive – and embarrassing – behaviors that can affect your health, relationships and overall quality of life.
“If you’re feeling frustrated, letting it out a little bit is actually better than holding it in,” ER physician Dr. Travis Stork advises.
Try these simple tips to help get your anger under control:
Source: Mayo Clinic