Anger is defined as: A strong feeling of displeasure or hostility.
Many of us are faced with situations that cause us to become angry every day, but we might not know how to deal with it. It is important to learn how to handle anger since it can affect our performance and relationships in our work and at home. Either way, anger can lead to distraction and cause an unfortunate accident resulting in personal injury.
Walking into a DANGER area
Forgetting to tie off
Using tools incorrectly
Putting your hands or limbs in pinch points
Driving – missing lights, signs, rear ending someone or worse
Cutting the lawn – running over something or not shutting down the mower to remove the bag
Kitchen – burning yourself on the stove or cutting yourself while preparing a meal
The first step to managing anger is to identify those things that are making you angry. They can be
events that cause you to feel displeasure, resentment or rage. From the list below, what causes you to become angry?
Not enough time
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