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4 common myths about anger that you do not believe .. the most prominent of which is that it is an abnormal feeling


Since childhood we have known that expressing anger is not a good thing, and we have learned to control our anger to maintain health, but the strange thing is that this is not true, in fact one should not suppress his emotions in order to maintain good health, and it is also important to communicate how you feel to be You have a healthy relationship with others, according to the report published on the "Times of India" website.


Here are 4 myths about anger you should stop believing:


Superstition:

Feeling angry is not normal.


Truth:

Anger, just like happiness, is a natural emotion that everyone feels from time to time. People who say they don't feel angry, they might claim it. Everyone feels anger but in different ways. Some people may want to express that anger, but introverts tend to keep it inside. It's okay to get angry, but your anger shouldn't hurt the people around you.


Superstition:

Ignore your feelings to suppress anger.


Truth:

Ignoring your feelings never helps them get over them. Although some say it helps them, again it varies from person to person. In some people, suppressing anger can lead to a buildup of feelings, which can erupt violently in the future.


Superstition:

Confronting the person who is feeling angry can help.


Truth:

This definitely shouldn't be done. Confronting someone who is angry can make them angrier and therefore shouldn't. If you're making a mistake that someone is angry at, you can simply apologize instead of arguing. Arguing can make things worse. If you're not wrong, You can try to stay calm and explain to that person.


Superstition:

Enough to vent the anger.


Truth:

This also varies from person to person, but no one should shout or express their anger in a violent way, this intensifies your feelings and may take longer to calm down, therefore, it is better to sit back, relax and evaluate what makes you angry, never resort to violent behavior because that It will never help and will only make matters worse.

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