Managing Your Own Anger
Being angry can become a self-destructive habit, causing anxiety and high blood pressure. Psychology expert Peter Quarry says a healthier way to manage anger is realizing that it is a form of energy. This energy is much better funneled into creative projects, planning to do something happy with colleagues or family, or accomplishing personal goals.
Production Year: 2020
Duration: 2 min
Series: 2 Minutes to Success
Printable Resources: Yes
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