Institute in Basic Life Principles

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  • Do people accuse you of being angry when you do not think you are?
  • Do you ever experience unexplainable emotions of anger, lust, fear, or depression?
  • Do certain people or situations cause you to feel anger that you try to hold in?
  • Do you have to live with or work with people who get angry?

Many people believe that a little anger is all right and that it just needs to be controlled. Actually, the only one Who has the right and authority to get angry is God. When we deal with others in anger, we put ourselves in His place.

Success is determined by relationships; relationships are determined by character.

Qualities such as kindness, compassion, patience, self-control, gratefulness, and forgiveness are like principles that determine success in marriage, family, and business. If any quality is violated, damage that is often expressed in anger results.

Many people think they have no problem with anger, because they only “blow up once in a while.” How would you like to live next to a volcano that only erupted “once in a while”? You would have continual tension, wondering if today was the day it would erupt. This is the kind of stress that many marriages and families are experiencing.

Symptoms of Anger

Irritability

Are you hurt and offended by people or situations that should not bother you?

Impatience

Do the weaknesses and limitations of others frustrate or exasperate you?

Raised Voice

To get your point across, do you speak louder or even shout or yell?

Glaring Eyes

Do you glare at someone who has offended you?

Hurtful Words

Do you show contempt or disapproval by calling people names?

Explosive Actions

When tension builds, do you slam doors, pound your fist, or break things?

Argumentation

Do you allow yourself to get involved in heated arguments or debates?

Clenched Teeth

Do your jaw muscles tighten in frustration? Do you grind your teeth at night?

  • How often do you experience anger?
  • How do you express your anger?
  • How long does your anger last?
  • Who is damaged by your anger?
  • Do you really want to conquer anger?