Anger

You can learn to take control of your anger and live in emotional peace.

Do you feel like you frequently end up in positions that make you want to explode? Do you feel like you have so much anger bottled up inside that it keeps you in a silent state of rage? At one point or another, everyone has lost their temper, struck back with frustration, or silently bottled up their rage. Anger is an emotional reaction that occurs in everyone’s life from time to time. It can be an unpleasant feeling that is difficult to control. Anger is a learned response, and a learned response can be changed. Anger itself is not the problem, incorrectly expressing or suppressing anger is the problem. Anger is most often expressed when someone’s self-esteem is challenged or disrespected. When anger is suppressed or bottled up it may cause long-term resentment or come out later with a different person or situation. The answer to anger is learning to properly express anger in ways that respect others and solve problems. You can learn to take control of your anger and live in emotional peace.

God knows that everyone will be angry at times, it’s the response to anger that He is concerned about.

Ephesians 4:26

Be angry, and do not sin: do not let the sun go down on your wrath.

What God tells you to do, He will help you do.

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