Having other emotions besides anger can lead to similar challenges in our lives. If you find yourself with an emotional outburst, here are some ideas to control your emotions. The agreement also calls for transport links through Armenia, which connects Azerbaijan to its western enclave of Nakhchivan, surrounded by Armenia, Iran and Turkey. Anger can be an appropriate response to injustice. There is no doubt that anger has played a useful role in social movements for equality between blacks, the elderly and women, among others. Anger can also lead to better outcomes in trade negotiations and increased motivation to correct the injustices we see in the world. If you feel overwhelmed by anger in your romantic relationship, remember that you are 50% of the equation. If you are calmer and more mature, your relationship will be calmer and more mature. Maybe your partner will reach the same level of maturity, or maybe you will realize that the relationship is not the right one for you. One way or another, you decide not to let the anger unfold. If a person can make that choice for themselves, they will probably find a partner who can do the same. Does your anger mask other feelings such as embarrassment, insecurity, injury, shame or vulnerability? If your reflex reaction is anger in many situations, it is likely that your temperament masks your real feelings. This is especially likely if you grew up in a family where emotions were strongly discouraged.
As an adult, it can be difficult to recognize feelings other than anger. If you have difficulty controlling your anger, you can often understand constructive criticism as a challenge to your authority or ability, which can trigger confrontational behavior. On generalization, for example, saying « you`re never there for me » is a pretty common behavior, if you or someone you know struggle with anger control. The obsession with what things should « be » and the prediction or jumping of conclusions about the behavior of others is also something to be taken into account, as well as blaming others for negative situations when problems that may not be their fault.