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June 3, 2011 / nezyy

SPEECH : Using Anger Management for Stress Relief

Good evening ladies and gentleman,

First of all, I’d like to extend my sincere gratitude to our honorable lecturer, Ms.Dwi, for giving me the opportunity in this great day to deliver a speech with the title “Using Anger Management for Stress Relief”.

The first point I’m going to make concerns about why we supposed to know about anger management and its goal. Have you ever been in anger? Let me begin by nothing that it’s natural to get angry sometimes, and doing so can healthy, too. We all experience anger. Manage in healthy way, anger can be a positive thing.

Ladies and gentleman, research with children and adolescents shows that anger management is important for the younger sets as well. Findings showed that youth who cope inappropriately with their anger are at greater risk  for problem-ridden interpersonal relationships. Their health is also at risk; those who cope poorly with anger tend to have more negative outcomes when it comes to both mental and general health. The goal of anger management are to eliminate unnecessary anger, and to express necessary anger in healthy ways.

Let me now turn the second section, there are five anger management tips which can help us with the dual goals of anger management, enabling us to enjoy healthier relationships and less stress in our life.

  • Eliminate some of our ‘anger triggers’

 

Once we’re aware of what types of things make us angry, we can start cutting some of this triggers out of our life. For example, if we find that we often get angry in the street when we’re in hurry and slow traffic makes us late, we can work on recognizing our schedule to find a few extra minutes to accommodate traffic.

  • Develop effective communication skills

Much of anger tends to get directed at other people. Effective communication skills and conflict resolution techniques can help in two ways : They can help us communicate our boundaries to others so that we’re less likely to feel frustration and anger in our relationships, and they help us to do so in a way that doesn’t provoke anger in others.

  • Take care of ourself

If our body is under a lot of stress and strain, we may be more prone to anger in our daily life. For example, sleep-deprived people are often cranky. If we’re able to create a nice work-life balance so that we have enough time outside of work to get quality sleep, eat a healthy food, and have some time for hobbies, we should find ourselves less tense and anger prone.

  • Keep some stress relievers handy

Added stress can make us anger prone. Therefore, having stress management techniques on-hand to quiet the storm can help us soften or eliminate anger in our life. Could we find an easy technique but it is useful? Breathing exercises are one of the favorite techniques; a few deep breaths can calm our stress response and enable us to feel more in control in any situation.

  • Get support if wed need it

If we find ourselves angry more often we’d like, we may just need more help and support from others. Talking about our anger with a trusted friend can be an effective strategy for dealing with anger.

As a final remark, I just would like to say it’s important to prioritize anger management if we find angry more often than we’d like. With a little work, we can make anger work for us, rather than against us. I hope all of my information can be some useful suggestion for you. Thank you.

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