Controlling anger and frustration at the workplace is important for maintaining professionalism and promoting positive relationships. Here are some ways to deal with anger and frustration.

What Triggers You: First, identify situations, people, or events that trigger your anger or frustration. Once you understand what triggers you, you can be prepared for them next time.

Relaxation Techniques: Once you know what triggers, then incorporate relaxation techniques, for example, deep breathing, mindfulness meditation, or progressive muscle relaxation. Practicing these will help you be calm whenever you are upset or angry.

Communication: It is important to talk with not just others but also yourself. Try to express your feelings and thoughts with someone you find safe. This will reduce stress, misunderstandings, and conflicts.

Take Breaks: When you feel overwhelmed or irritated, take a short break and relax. Get out of that situation and stop thinking, and this will help you be stable.

Set Boundaries: It is important to set clear boundaries between work and personal life so you don’t mess with work or feel apart from family. Also, giving enough time to work and family will keep you positive and happy.

Ask For Help: If you find yourself trapped, take the help of your trusted colleague or friend at the workplace and express your feelings. Expressing your feelings will help you understand how to overcome the issue.

Practice Empathy: Try to understand the perspectives and motivations of your coworkers, whether they agree or disagree with you. Cultivating empathy can help you respond more compassionately and reduce interpersonal conflicts, resulting in peace and calm.