30 Aug '16, 6am

How to control your #emotions & express your #anger in a healthy way.

How to control your #emotions & express your #anger in a healthy way.

PHOTOGRAPH: Kamil Macniak, 123rf.com Have you ever felt the urge to shout at that woman who stepped on your foot in her five-inch stilettos and walked on by as if nothing had happened, or snap at the child sitting at adjacent table in the restaurant throwing the tantrum of the year? You don’t have to feel guilty about having such angry thoughts, says Jasmine Siang, clinical psychologist and founder of Heart To Heart Psychotherapy. While anger is considered a negative emotion, it is not negative or wrong to experience it. It is always healthy to express your anger as this helps you to make sense of your current state of mind, says Jasmine. Any emotion is a natural reaction to a given stimulus or situation. So when someone steps on your foot, your brain registers that have suddenly and unexpectedly received harm. Your initial response is then to defend yourself, which then m...

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