Even though expressing your anger can be good for you, flying into a rage at every suspected slight isn't the answer. For instance, blowing off steam by hurling hardware at your hubby or breaking plates over the boss's head aren't great solutions. But it is possible -- even desirable -- to use anger in a positive rather than negative way.
Particularly women should definitely control their anger; both men and women are indeed equal in terms of everything, but not particularly in this case. Women, especially young mothers have a lot of pressure to face- family, work, and children. Managing anger in front of kids is very essential.
Trying these anger management techniques for women can help you reduce the maddening rage and its effects:
Take a break
Take a break as soon as you recognize that you're angry. You can take a break by stopping what you're doing, getting away from whatever is irritating you, and/or just taking a breather. Getting away from whatever is upsetting you will make it infinitely easier to calm down.
Remember that you do not have to respond to a situation immediately. You can count to 10 or even say “I will think about it and get back to you” to give yourself additional time to cool down as necessary.
If you're angry at work, go to a room or step outside for a moment. If you're driving to work, consider sitting in your car so that you're in a space you own.
If you're upset at home, go to a single-occupancy space such as the bathroom or go for a walk with someone you trust or that can help you.
Let yourself feel angrier
It is perfectly normal to experience emotions such as anger. Allowing yourself a little time and space to feel angry may help you accept the anger and move on. Once you move on, you can stop returning to the anger and reliving the reason that you were angry.
To allow yourself to experience your anger, think about locating it in your body. Do you feel anger in your stomach? In your clenched fists? Find your anger; let it be, then let it go.
Ask for support available even online
Sometimes sharing your concerns with a close friend or confidant might help you vent your anger. Clearly express what you want from the other person. If your anger is raging and you are just clueless about controlling it, online classes for anger management techniques for women can be of great help.