V-Gas always puts safety first and often reminds you of the safe exploitation of LPG cylinders. This time we will give you some different tips related to maintaining inner harmony to prevent behavioural outbursts.
Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, etc., everyone gets out of control. We often hide our negative emotions so as not to hurt others. This leads to excessive accumulation of tension and uncontrollable emotional outburst. But what makes us succumb to anger at a specific time? What is the real reason to become angry, and what do our actions lead to?
Experts point out the most common reasons to “fly off the handle”.
- Feelings of dissatisfaction – often manifested in our hectic daily lives; we lose control in situations independent of our personal efforts.
- Fear, helplessness – anger, in this case, is a manifestation of a protective reaction, creating the illusion that we look confident and balanced.
- Pain, disappointments in the past – associations with past unpleasant events have a negative impact, even on a subconscious level, and quickly trigger negative emotions.
- Exhaustion – we feel exhausted and more easily susceptible to irritation when we are under stress and tiredness, or when we haven’t slept well.
- Manipulation – subconsciously or consciously, we use the outbursts as a manipulative tool to gain control in a stressful situation.
How can we prevent outbursts of anger? Emotional control must be balanced so as not to lead to serious emotional breakdowns. We need to explore our feelings in order to achieve inner harmony. Positive practices in this direction are:
- Creativity – creative activities such as drawing, writing, singing, etc., have been shown to have a therapeutic effect, relieving the accumulated tension.
- Sports – exercising allows us to release tension, also maintaining our healthy physical condition and improving good mood.
- Laughter – change every situation by looking at it with a sense of humour; joke with yourself and your problem.
- Sharing – when we verbally share our problems, it makes it easier for us – “shared grief is half grief”.
- Time in nature – the more time you spend away from the busy city, the calmer you will be, and you will easily notice the things that are valuable to you.