2. Put Your Anger in Perspective
Having acknowledged that you feel angry, ask yourself if it is a valid anger. Is it really worth you feeling this way? If you get angry because a car cut in front of you on the road, try to assess whether it is worth your time to get worked up about it. Perhaps it’s better to just let it go. There are obviously legitimate situations in which anger is healthy and right, for example, if you have been deceived in some way by someone close to you. Just keep it in perspective.