6.   Let It Go

You must be able to let go of your anger eventually, whether the underlying cause is (a) immediately resolved, (b) resolved over a long time, (c) impossible to resolve, or (d) simply not worth the time and energy needed to resolve it. Let go of the anger, and move on.

WORKSHEET: WORKING THROUGH YOUR ANGER

Directions: Use this worksheet as necessary to work through your anger. If you are currently in an anger-provoking situation, begin to use it right away.

1.Calm yourself physically by using one or more of these:
 

PHYSICAL EXERCISES

 

Image   Jump up and down eight times.

 

   Do 11 jumping jacks.

 

   Clench your muscles–fists, ...

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