How to Control Anger: Your Best Friend and Worst Enemy.
Anger is a normal and natural responding to difficult, challenging and frustrating circumstances. Anger can be good and bad.
Learn about the thought patterns that fuel your anger. These include:
Overgeneralising, e.g. “You always ignore me” or “You never respect me.” Be specific instead.
Mind-reading, e.g. “I know you think I nag you too much.” Try to avoid making assumptions like this.
Blaming others for your own anger, e.g. “You always make me angry” or “It’s all your fault.” Take responsibility for your own anger.