Decrease Your Anger (Affirmations)

It’s normal to get angry, everyone gets angry – it’s a part of life.

We certainly can’t control the situation but we can control the way that we act & what we say during this situation.

Below are some affirmations to help us out when we are feeling anxious.

  • I don’t need to prove myself in this situation. I can stay calm.
  • As long as I keep my cool, I am in control of myself.
  • No need to doubt yourself; what other people say doesn’t matter.
  • I am the only person who can make me mad or keep me calm.
  • My anger is a signal. It’s time to talk to myself & relax.
  • I don’t need to feel threatened here.
  • Nothing says I have to be more competent and strong all the time.
  • It’s okay to feel unsure or confused.
  • It’s impossible to control other people and situations.
  • The only thing I can control is myself & how I express my feelings.
  • It’s okay to be uncertain or insecure sometimes. I don’t need to be in control of everything & everybody.
  • If people criticize me, I can survive that. Nothing says I have to be perfect.
  • If this person wants to go off the wall, thats their thing. I don’t need to respond to their anger or feel threatened.
  • It’s okay to have a 5 minute breathing during a fight.
  • It’s nice to have other peoples love and approval, but even without it, I can still accept and like myself.
  • It’s okay to make mistakes.
  • People are going to act the way they want to, not the way I want them too.
  • I feel angry, that must mean I have been hurt, scared or have some other threatening underneath the anger.

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18 thoughts on “Decrease Your Anger (Affirmations)

      1. I came across a great book a few years ago called The Anger Solution by John Lee. It explained how to work with your triggers so you get an insight into what a certain event may set off in you. Another book that helped me was The Anger Trap. I cannot remember the author off hand. It takes great insight to understand anger as it can be defensive reaction that hides other feelings, say fear and grief.

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      2. Its great book. The roots so often lie in childhood, when we needed attention and love and it wasn’t present. Old wounds get retriggered and in that book he shows you how to understand age regression if something is triggering an earlier wound. I hope it proves to be helpful to you. Lots of love ❤

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