I had one time heard a story about a supervisor who was constantly getting angry. Regardless of what his subordinates were doing merely to please him or what, they couldn’t get it right. It’s as if it had been hard to exist at the workplace sans experiencing verbal explosions of unpleasant energies together with the verbally abusive boss on a daily basis.

Yes, if you were part of the scenario, you’d feel as though the person who’s always angry has a issue with helplessness and often control people through it. Most people will do anything to avoid the feeling of helplessness, though we are not helpless. Yet until we accept our helplessness over others, we’ll attempt to control them, and anger is a significant way many individuals have learned to try to control.

Anger: A Sign of Helplessness and desire to Control Others

The feeling of being lonely, nobody cares attitude and the like–are common causes of feeling mad. Say, a husband feeling isolated whenever his wife and kids are always against his conclusions, therefore, the feeling of being lonely, helpless or what he wallows in. Bad comes to worse when he tries to restrain them through anger. Yes, forcing his wife and kids become his allies in whatever choice he makes, even if it’s against their will or even more educated stance, would wind up more negative effects to your family’s sanity. Then, atmosphere of control and fear sets in.

When one wanted to control others he’d allow his angry feelings inflict harm or damage to others. Worse, if he feels joyful to doing it ; there’s something wrong up there. This is a sign of being weak to controlling his own sense; also a sign of immaturity. If you would like something done or what, you will need to set the ideal environment and something is ensuring positive atmosphere sans resorting to getting mad. Yes, merely to compel other people to do things your way is the weakest type of leadership. In actuality, it’s not leadership in any way. It’s slavery.

However anger can be a positive energy when individuals doesn’t get it right. Misunderstood anger is bad, especially when you’re a fantastic leader with good intention. Showing anger can escalate into more guilt, shame or what after the spree, particularly when you’re always venting anger to just about all people around you. Maybe you’ve got a deep seated issue inside yourself and you’re only covering it up. When you attempt to avoid your internal issues by venting anger to just anyone towards controlling them, you’re only adding insult to injury. Yes, your injury. Aside from hurting people through your verbal abuses, it may backfire to you as a sign of immaturity, incompetence and such. Yes, it’s good to show that we are angry over a problem or what, but going beyond the limit of decency, professionalism, etc. others might find an impression that there’s something wrong with our very own self-control. Yes, odds are great that people around an angry person would feel that the problem lies more on the person who is mad compared to 1 victim of his verbal abuses that very minute.

Controlling people through anger is only the method of lesser mind. People with good education understand how to deal with their anger sans hurting or harming people around. Yes, anger is an energy. It can be utilised as a positive one or not, based upon the intellectual maturity of the individual.

Anger Issue Management

Anger Avoidance

Tell yourself that you ought not allow your anger affects other folks. They shouldn’t know that you’re bad in anger management, then how can you be a successful leader? Yes, sans handling yourself it would be tricky to handle people. Resolve first your personal issues to avoid getting mad at each people you see”with your blind fury” for it isn’t them… it’s you. You become your own issue. Fix yourself first.

Helplessness Acceptance

When you accept that it would be simple to manage your anger. Nobody is a servant in the 21st century, you know. If a person made you a wrong… it doesn’t mean that you have the right to get angry. It’s your opportunity to observe your capacity to overpower your anger. Additionally it is a opportunity to bargain with yourself better than simply venting anger about people whom you think deserves you. Nobody deserves your garbage. Dispose it correctly by observing your self-control, decency and such. Or, you may face the consequences of your anger–spree.

Anger has a terrible reputation. It needs to be redirected to more favorable endeavor for a sign of intellectual maturity that’s an expected thing to observe by an educated individual. More so, if you’re a leader. You can’t control people by your anger; you’ll just get more of it.

Power to change is beating self inadequacy when it comes to leading people. When anger becomes habitual, better see a psychologist. It’s great for your mental health and the social environment also.