When getting ready to talk about anger management one of the first things you should do is check to see if you have enough time. The reason for this is because you will find a lot of anger management methods. Even without training you can sit down and make up strategies to help you to control your anger better. The problem with it is however you need to know if you have time to fail again and again as you go through the brutalities of trial and error.
You should know that there is a danger. Anger problems that linger and are not speedily fixed often grow so large that they eventually require something stronger than anger management classes to fix them.
With anger management classes, you get a huge lift. You get also get a guide who can help you get around the difficult aspects of the change you are making. There is a wise saying that a person who teaches himself has a foolish teacher, and it without doubt holds true in the case of anger management. You can teach yourself and come up with good things to do, but if it does not work right away can your life handle delays with getting anger controlled.
Now that you know about the danger of trying anger management by yourself, let's consider some strategies you can start with today before your class starts that will help to bring your anger under control.
Take a minute
You want to do three things when irritated. First stop whatever you are doing, then take deep breaths, and count slowly to ten. The deep breathing will make your emotions more pleasant and controllable for you.
Once you have done this if your anger is fiery then move from that place and go somewhere else until you are calm. Once you have calmed down go back and fix the problem, never before. If you find that half an hour later you still can't go back to solving the problem because your anger has not cooled sufficiently, then you need to do an anger class. Half an hour is enough time to cool down from anger.
If you are going to be successful with anger management strategies, you will know how to relax. Relaxing is something that you can do alone. And you can even practice relaxing even when you are not angry. Even when calm, you should still get time to relax daily. When relaxing, be sure to relax both your mind and your body.
You will find a lot of advice online on how to relax, just pick three or four suggestions you think will work for you. And if you want to be expressing your anger properly in less than 48 hours, go to http://www.the-anger-management-store.com, I have more free videos there that tell you more about it.