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7 Day Water Challenge

Anger Management Challenge

In this week's challenge you must Stay Calm. Anger is a natural human experience, and sometimes there are valid reasons to get mad like feeling hurt by something someone said or did or experiencing frustration over a situation at work or home. But uncontrolled anger can be problematic for your personal relationships and for your health. To feel our best doesn’t have to be difficult, however, it requires a level of commitment and discipline. Here is a simple 7-day challenge, if you’re willing and committed, to support you in feeling the best you’ve ever felt.

Anger Management

Tips to Help You Stay Calm:

  1. Hydrate more As our body is over 65% water, the more water we drink, the better we will feel. While the amount of water we require will vary depending on our physical characteristics, as a general rule, two glasses per hour is a good start.

  2. Do deep breathing and meditation Deep breathing allows us to take in more air, therefore we’ll be taking in more oxygen, which is vital for the cells in our body. When we add meditation, not only will it quieten our mind, we’ll also allow inspiration to flow freely to and through us.

  3. Release negative thoughts Built-up resentment, anger, guilt, and most other negative thoughts deplete our energy. Any emotion we hang to uses mental energy, which shifts our focus away from how we want to feel. Asking questions like, “Could I let this emotion go?,” “Would I let this emotion go?,” and “When can I let this emotion go?” can be a simple way to release any built-up negative emotions.

  4. Visualise your ideal day As everything is created in our mind first, it makes sense to “see” our day exactly how we want it to be. Visualisation is a powerful technique to create the results we want. When we’re emotionally connected to the result we want, we accelerate the achievement of that result.

  5. Forgive someone Holding a grudge against someone doesn’t do us any good in the long run. We’ve all had things go against us. Rather than hanging onto a grudge against someone, forgiving them for what they have done can be such a liberating experience.

  6. Journal about your day Journalling is a great way to capture experiences and lessons learned each day. When we allow ourselves to reflect upon our day, we give ourselves the opportunity to think through how we can do things better or differently if we’re ever in a similar situation again. And we can also capture what we did well and why it worked well so we can continue doing them.

Suggested Reading:

10 tips to tame your temper - Learn more here.

How to manage anger - Learn more here.

Strategies for controlling your anger - Learn more here.

This challenge was closed on 8/22/2021

0  members have accepted this challenge.
0  members have completed this challenge.

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1. Each week there will be a new health challenge. You can accept the challenge by accepting the pledge for each challenge. You can only accept a challenge from midnight on Sunday to midnight on Tuesday.

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