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How to manage anger toward a loved one

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Anger managementEveryone gets mad at family members occasionally. Whether you’re irritated by a parent’s interference, a child’s disobedience, or a spouse’s inattentiveness, it’s important to learn how to manage anger before it starts to manage you. The thing about anger is that it often rebounds on those who initiate it.

Get hold of negative emotions before they take root in your heart and grow a cluster of inappropriate actions. A nasty attitude, hurtful words, or a cold shoulder are not the way to resolve differences. Instead, give some thought to trying these suggestions:

Talk it out. If a family member offends you, wait for the right time and let that person know. Sometimes we say things without meaning them, or without realizing their effect on others. Give the person a chance to explain his or her intentions before describing your feelings. Chances are a good, open talk will help to clear the air between you. Choose a private meeting area away from others, preferably in a public place to avoid the meeting occurring on someone’s “turf.” Be prepared to listen long and talk little.

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