Anger Management

#1
Yesterday I was confronted by a complete tosser. Although I looked like I was about to explode I did keep my reasoning to a breif but loud splutter, before telling him to leave, to which he did at a remarkable pace.

Today I wondered if anyone could recommend any other techniques that I might use in the future once verbal reasoning gets abit boring and I result to my previous skill set.
 
#2
Anger is a defence mechanism and a product of fear. Dont fear someone and they will find it very hard to make you angry. Thats why physical training and sports like boxing promote self control - less fear = less anger = less likely to become violent.
 
#4
bubsnicket said:
Anger is a defence mechanism and a product of fear. Dont fear someone and they will find it very hard to make you angry. Thats why physical training and sports like boxing promote self control - less fear = less anger = less likely to become violent.
Thats an interesting theory... so violence is related to fear? Being Friday I will put this to the test later tonight....
 
#6
I don't get angry.My problem is frustration.Telling some fcukwit several times how to do something,or how to get somewhere,draw a diagram and everything,yet they still look at you like your the eejit.But it is them that are standing,open mouthed,with a small trickle of saliva running down the corner of their mouth.
That is very frustrating.
 
#8
bubsnicket said:
Anger is a defence mechanism and a product of fear. Dont fear someone and they will find it very hard to make you angry. Thats why physical training and sports like boxing promote self control - less fear = less anger = less likely to become violent.
So why do people get angry at skinny little chavs who couldn't actually cause real damage? What are they scared of there?
 
#10
Anger management, I think the ex went on a course for that. No, wait a mo, I think that one was called " Management through Anger". Honestly, all her underlings are female. I've been in that office when the painters are in, Hell, I tell you......
 
#13
Quite simple really, punch them to the ground, pour petrol over them and set it alight, all frustration gone as they burn, and you get to keep warm in cold weather.

Hope this helps
 
#14
Anorakist said:
bubsnicket said:
Anger is a defence mechanism and a product of fear. Dont fear someone and they will find it very hard to make you angry. Thats why physical training and sports like boxing promote self control - less fear = less anger = less likely to become violent.
So why do people get angry at skinny little chavs who couldn't actually cause real damage? What are they scared of there?
Fear may not just be the fear of physical attack but also the fear of social reprisals. You cant batter the chav fag like you could/should do because society tells you you shouldnt, therefore you get angry at the situation up untill the point where you are so miffed that you DO batter him, resolving the immediate situation, but quite possibly making the long term situation for yourself worse.
 
#15
bubsnicket said:
Anorakist said:
bubsnicket said:
Anger is a defence mechanism and a product of fear. Dont fear someone and they will find it very hard to make you angry. Thats why physical training and sports like boxing promote self control - less fear = less anger = less likely to become violent.
So why do people get angry at skinny little chavs who couldn't actually cause real damage? What are they scared of there?
Fear may not just be the fear of physical attack but also the fear of social reprisals. You cant batter the chav fag like you could/should do because society tells you you shouldnt, therefore you get angry at the situation up untill the point where you are so miffed that you DO batter him, resolving the immediate situation, but quite possibly making the long term situation for yourself worse.
I disagree there entirely. I've not had a fear of reprisals against those little scrotes.

Again, why do you get angry when you stub a toe, spill soup over yourself, can't find the TV remote. etc.?
 
#16
I think some people are mistaking frustration with anger. Anger=usually the red mist descending. Frustration=Not being able too get the square peg in the round hole, therefore you get frustrated not angry.
 
#17
devilish said:
I think some people are mistaking frustration with anger. Anger=usually the red mist descending. Frustration=Not being able too get the square peg in the round hole, therefore you get frustrated not angry.
No, no, this was anger, if i had a square peg on me at the time i would of fitted it into the round hole sideways!
 
#18
devilish said:
I think some people are mistaking frustration with anger. Anger=usually the red mist descending. Frustration=Not being able too get the square peg in the round hole, therefore you get frustrated not angry.
I would say 'thats what she said' but that would be incredibly childish of me...
 
#19
Frustration/stress = cortisol, fight or flight steroid. This is the stuff that causes your arteries to furr up over many years as its manufacture involves cholesterol, and why it's the primary indicator for heart disease.

Anger = adrenaline red mist etc. Much more healthy.
 
#20
What a fuckin stupid question have you thick load of cunts got fuck all better to do with your time, I pay good fucking tax money to keep you twats working and this is the best you can come up with get a fucking life


Got to go got an appointment with my Anger Manager not that I know why my prick of a boss has fucking sent to that fucking waste of time
 

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