Anger Management Hints for work

It’s been two days since you asked a coworker to look through your draft, but you haven’t heard anything from him yet. If you find yourself starting to anxiously obsess, thinking, He thinks I’m dumb, or My drafts are always bad and never worth reading, or He’s not responding because I’m a horrible employee that’s about to get fired, your self-talk has become self-destructive. Nagging thoughts...

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10 Online Anger Management Strategies for Eliminate anger

The ability to work under pressure is essential in a changing and demanding work environment like the current one, but not all are able to function efficiently in the face of task overload. To adopt attitudes that allow you to manage stress and increase productivity to achieve professional success, we developed a guide of 8 things that mentally strong people do to deal with stress and pressure....

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Anger Management offering relief

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Smashing things isn’t normally OK, but it’s encouraged at The Destruction Room. Owner Aaron Pope started The Anger Management back in November of 2017. Since the partial government shutdown has dragged on for weeks, he wanted to do something to help furloughed workers relieve some stress, for free. “It’s everybody’s job to give...

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Techniques For Anger Management at Work

Anger in a layman’s terms can be described as anything that poses a threat to someone’s well being. Credit: flickr Dan McCullough It is a feeling that people have when they are overburdened or when they are struggling to cope with work demands, financial demands and other situations. Almost everyone feels overwhelmed and excessively busy at one point or the other and therefore they have a lot on...

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Anger management tips are worth sharing

We live in angerful times. Those who earn their living in agriculture have faced an extra heaping of anger in recent years due to depressed commodity prices, and unfortunately, the toll can be too much to take. A front-page story in the Jan. 23 edition of The Country Today reported that more than 47,000 people committed suicide in the U.S. in 2017, including 915 in Wisconsin. Farmers are at an...

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