How do you control people in anger who are suffering from down syndrome?
Just smile and know what problem does make them anger, then ask them what it should be if that is wrong then we can clear them by showing them some example that how it is wrong.This all will make the person of downy to think on it and they can calm down
What were the methods of control used by the revolutionary elite to control disobedient and rebellious colonists?
When i had anger problems. I went to the Metal Health. The lady that was talking to me to control my anger by taking deep breaths if you start getting out of control. She also told me if you are at home and someone makes you mad then,go to a place were they don't know where your going to be at,and just write down your feelings on the paper instead of taking it out on…
Items to include in an anger journal include: 1. Did you react in an angry way today? Why did you react? or, Why not? 2. What triggers your anger? example: feeling hungry, annoyed, irritated 3. Think about traits of people you 'hate'-- why do those traits bother you? 4. Pick one angry quote; Describe how you can think differently than the quoted material. 5. Describe a time you did not react in anger in public…
What is at least two 2 points related to dealing with anger and suffering that are central to the practice of Buddhism?
The main effect is health, and more importantly, doing things as a result of anger (anger-management that can cause people to do stupid if not harmful things to themselves or others). And of course, not controling anger is a problem. It's okay to get angry, but God wants us to control it and not let it get the better of us.
Once a month you go through a mood change one minute you are fine the next you explode with anger why?
Ronald T. Potter-Efron has written: 'Angry all the time' -- subject(s): Anger, Control (Psychology) 'Anger, alcoholism, and addiction' -- subject(s): Therapy, Treatment, Anger, Alcoholism, Drug abuse, Substance Dependence 'Handbook of anger management' 'Healing the angry brain' -- subject(s): Anger, Control (Psychology)