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Anger

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When u get angry,start changing your position.If u r standing,sit down.If u r sitting,stand up.Take a deep breath and slowly breath out.Drink a glass of water slowly.Say la ilaha ila Allah as much as u can,it regulates the breath and heart frequence.

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I dont know it ll be useful.it s just I try to do.when u become angry,just remember Imam Kazem A.S. when a man insulted to him and his dear family,he didnt say anything to that man.he called Kazem(it means a person who can control his anger)

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Right when you get angry say authobillah or astagfirullah. Ask yourself, will Allah be pleased with my anger? Is this what I want? Is there any purpose to my anger? Do I not want to control my anger? Tell yourself, if you cannot control it know, then you are a loser. Then go outside for a walk, take a shower, vent your anger in a productive and halal way. Keep doing this this you over come it. Most of the time, asking yourself "is there a point to this anger" really notches your anger down because your intellect has gained re-control. As they say anger is a friend of ignorance or a side effect of losing your intellect/reason at that moment.

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I dont know it ll be useful.it s just I try to do.when u become angry,just remember Imam Kazem A.S. when a man insulted to him and his dear family,he didnt say anything to that man.he called Kazem(it means a person who can control his anger)

This is actually a good tactic. I've found that nothing dissipates anger faster than a reminder of one's place in this world, and humility. Inspiration from Ma'soomeen (as) - who forgave despite having the power to move mountains - is all the anger management methods I've ever needed.

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