Anger gives us a cue that something isn’t right and the energy to do something about it. Anger is felt when something isn’t the way we want it to be. It could be about a personal, family or work situation, or how someone is treating us. It could also be about a social injustice or societal cause.
The surge of energy that accompanies anger is important to recognize as useful for problem solving. It is best to channel this energy into something productive rather than destructive. For example, seeking out help or support in dealing with family conflicts, searching for a new job or career, taking the time to figure out options, or getting involved in making a difference on a social cause or health issue.
When you aren’t sure what to do with all that energy from feeling angry, put it into something physical, such as house cleaning, running, jumping jacks, or stair climbing. Then see if you can come up with some ideas to address your situation.
Love, Health & Happiness,