Your anger management methods 2019

The effects of anger are a major issue in UK workplaces. More than 15 million working days were lost to work-related anger, anxiety and depression in 2017/18, affecting almost 600,000 workers. Despite the scale of the problem, up to half of employees report doing nothing to relieve the anger of working life, with time and money constraints holding them back. Only 19% of workers say their...

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Dial down the Anger

(HealthDay)—Anger and uncertainty plague many Americans, but there are a number of steps you can take to cope, a psychiatrist suggests. “In this day and age of ‘digital’ perfection, the anger of daily living can take a toll on our health, causing anxiety and depression, leading to relationship difficulties, problems at work, and the feeling that you have little control over...

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5 Ways I Allowed Anger and Anxiety to Control My Attitude

Over the last 18 months, I have been sort of on this personal journey. It started when I saw pictures of myself and thought that the angle of the picture made me look as though I gained weight. I have a distorted view of how I look because sometimes I remember my body looking like it did when I was a long-distance runner, and often feel like that is how I still look. Picture after picture made...

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Workplace Trend: Anger Is On The Rise

A people-management-tip a day, every weekday in 2019. One of the more subtle but less desirable qualities of a manager is the tendency to cause anger. Sure, all managers are capable to some extent of inducing anger; work is inherently angerful. But there are huge variances; some managers are chill and generally easy to work for, and some are anger magnets. The good news is if you’re...

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Is there such a thing as good anger?

Most people associate anger with negativity — and given the word’s traditional usage, that association makes sense. As defined by the Oxford English dictionary, anger is a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances. Despite that gloomy interpretation, some anger can, in fact, be good for you. How good anger impacts you Good anger, also called...

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Anger, anxiety weigh on government employees as shutdown continues

BY: DR. ANEES BENFERHAT (PHILADELPHIA) — The federal government’s partial shutdown is affecting an estimated 800,000 federal employees, many of whom will not be receiving their paychecks this weekend even as they continue to work. About 51,000 of those employees work for the TSA, including Brian Turner, a 27-year-old husband and father to a newborn baby. Turner is a TSA officer at Philadelphia...

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