At times in our lives, we get irritated by the smallest or tiniest of things just like that. For example, our neighbor who asks us to keep the dustbin inside in the early morning has to witness our grumpy face for reminding us of our duties without asking for it. When we cross the road while talking on our mobile and a passerby comments not to talk on the phone while walking, we give them a red-faced stare.
When we tell the rickshaw guy to give us the expected balance for driving us to a place and he doesn’t budge, we get into an unwanted quarrel simply. When the vegetable vendor quotes an exorbitant amount for a regular vegetable, we pick up a fight as if they are asking for the entire month’s salary.
So, if you are someone who falls in this category or knows a person who has an uncontrollable anger side to him or her, then keep reading as we will share wise advice for your or your loved one’s well-being. Anger is definitely the root cause of all evils and even contemporary health issues.
For example, meet a doctor and recollect an incident with the person whom you hate while the doctor is checking your blood pressure, and your doctor will instantly qualify you to be a BP patient who requires medication and treatment. Keep your BP high unchecked for a long time, and you will soon be vulnerable to heart-related ailments. Yeah, that’s the kind of medical trap that you will get into if you don’t maintain peace within yourself.
The majority of the time, it is not the situations that anger us but it is the anger inside us that wants to come out as an expression or reaction towards the situations. You may really not frown looking at a cute one-month-old baby, right? Will you really get angry if your partner hugs you and cuddles you? Or will you really feel bad if your parent appreciates you for all the unsaid hard work that you do?
So, what does it mean? Well, you have to work towards your anger and find ways to convert it into love or affection for yourself. The more you consider yourself in your own good books, the more you will be able to love yourself well. And where there is love, there is no hatred. When you start cuddling yourself the way your parent does, when you start smiling the way a cute baby does, when you start appreciating yourself for all your small wins, that is when all the built-up anger, frustration, and irritation will go away eventually.
When you do what you are good at, and help others in smaller ways, you find a sense of purpose in your life. You will come out of all the negative traps of jealousy, hatred, vengeance, revenge, resentment, anger, etc., and embrace the positive aspects of life. Try this positivity trick with yourself first at least for a month, three months, six months, or even a year, and see how your life will change for the better!