The quote mentioned here is a near-perfect description of the effect of rage on one's mind and self. Anger is an interesting thing, and what is even more interesting, is the novelty factor in the different ways that people have of controlling or dealing with it.
Outbursts are common, and in most cases, they are a direct byproduct of the stressful lives that we currently lead. Controlling angry outbursts is of utmost importance from the view of good mental and physical health.
Managing Anger Outbursts
There are various reasons for anger outbursts and stress is the major one. Work related problems, relationships, financial strains, disobedient kids, and daily trivial issues, as mood swings, traffic jams, bad customer service, long lines, etc., contribute to it. So how to control such outbursts? Well, here are some ways to avoid them in the first place:
Use your rage productively. Anger, after all is nothing but energy in a negative form. Convert this negative energy into positive energy. Let the very reason for your rage become a positive driving force, which you can make use of to overcome the obstacles or hurdles.
In most cases, a child will not do as told simply because he or she hasn't really understood what the parent has said. Even if it's a case of intentional disobedience or arrogance, the parents should always remain calm and maintain composure when addressing the issue. Raising a hand on the child is never a solution, and only causes further damage.
Well, this was a short overview on taking care of any sort of outburst, the effects of which can be adverse. In the end we leave you with another famous quote about rage.
"For every minute you remain angry, you give up sixty seconds of peace of mind." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson