to recognise the many faces of anger.
go of excessive dependencies so your anger management is inwardly
directed rather than externally determined.
to relinquish (let
go of) your cravings
for control in exchange for freedom.
yourself in truth by setting aside idealistic myths.
Keep your lifestyle habits consistent with your emotional
Live in humility rather
than self-preoccupied pride.
Hold your defences to a
minimum; trust your healthy assertions.
Accept the inevitability
of loneliness as your struggle to be understood.
Relate to others as equals
neither elevating yourself above them nor accepting a position
Pass along to the next
generation your insights about anger.
Avoid the temptation to
rationalise your anger; assume full responsibility for who you
Be accountable for your
ongoing growth and open about your anger management.
Admit that all angry expressions, good or
bad, is the result of choices.