The workplace is the place where office workers are most likely to breed anger. Do you often get angry in the office and become a hedgehog that everyone avoids? Or the anger in your heart is often nowhere to be released, and it eventually burns to yourself or your family? Don’t rush to get angry, learn to manage anger , You will be more able to cross the workplace.
Generally speaking, frustration at work, not being taken seriously, intrigue with colleagues, vicious competition, or insufficient and open company system and environment, high unemployment rate, etc., are all causes of anger in the workplace. In addition to external factors, one’s own problems are also critical, such as mental illnesses, such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia; in addition, the mentality of being too constrained, thinking that one is sacrificing for others, or like to control and instruct others, also It is easy to cause workplace anger.
Anger is an emotion that comes from the contradiction between external stimuli and self-cognition, and it will not disappear out of thin air. If the anger is not handled properly, it will have many negative effects. In addition to being unhappy, it is also easy to offend others, make interpersonal relationships worse, lead to unsuccessful work, and even lose jobs if the position is not guaranteed. In addition, anger can also bring negative effects on the body, such as insomnia and stomach pain.
For anger, we should cultivate a positive management style. Learn to treat others with compassion and stand in the other side’s position. Knowing how to respect others, learn to be humble, and not hesitate to apologize, can avoid destroying interpersonal relationships.
In addition, it is also important to choose an emotional management method that suits you. It is recommended to use muscle relaxation and deep breathing to adjust, and meditation can also help relieve emotions. Humor also has the function of eliminating anger, can help oneself get new ideas from negative thoughts, and it is also a lubricant for interpersonal relationships. If you don’t want to be an angry office worker, you need to remind yourself from time to time: “Laughing is healthier than getting angry.”
In addition, going out for walking and exercising is a good way to adjust bad emotions, let anger flow away from the body with sweat and start again. A philosopher once said: “Anger is the real enemy of mankind.” Learning to manage anger, the enemy of the workplace, is as important as improving work efficiency.
However, venting anger is not all negative. Anger is sometimes used to protect one’s own rights, in order to restore control, improve psychological status, and at the same time warn the other party not to violate their bottom line.