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How to deal with a person who is angry We are taught to control our emotional feelings when we are young We learn to be polite patient and hide our anger to people in everyday life Most of us express our feelings indirectly slamming doors sullen silence or snubbing others Therefore it is important to learn how to release anger in safe but effective ways Unexpressed anger can smolder causing stress and affecting physical health After all anger can escalate into violence So when we are dealing with a person who is angry here are some strategies we can use understand hisher anger communicate with himher and help himher to express the anger First of all when we are dealing with someone who is angry try to understand what hisher anger is If we are talking with an angry person the first thing we have to do to control ourselves is not to be involved in hisher strong emotions So calm down and ask why heshe is mad and listen to what heshe wants to say to us Understanding the elements and the background that make this person angry makes it easier for us to communicate with himher Do not try to ask someone who is already angry to calm down it is the same as asking someone who is sobbing not to cry Secondly try to communicate with himher It is possible to deal with anger by talking with someone So when we are trying to help an angry person try to talk with positive manners For example avoid blaming or accusing him by putting him on the defensive position instead encourage him to tell people what he feels and try to give him some feedback Our body language and voices are very important as well It is very hard to listen to someone if heshe is coming across in a loud threatening way So when we are communicating with himher we look
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