Steps to Dealing with anger, jealousy, anxiety, troubling thoughts:
*point to ponder: We can't be right with God and hold grudges and/or be angry at someone.
1) Identify it. ( What is the source of my anger/fear/troubling thoughts?)Be willing to look back and ask what am I thinking these thoughts for. If its anger,what am I angry about. If I'm fearful or worried what am I worrying about. 2) Confess it. “Yes I'm angry/fearful/worried/ etc.. “. Be willing to acknowledge it. 3) Clarify your feelings. Is it that I feel hurt? Do I fear doing something I shouldn't or do I fear not doing something that I should? Am I worried about something I shouldn't be worried about? 4) Deal with it quick the longer I hold onto it the more I justify its intentions. Pray immediately 5) 5) When someone wrongs you, be quick to hear, slow to speak, and slow to anger. (James 1:19) 6) 6). Put it away.. Tell God,“ I Lay down my anger, fear, resentment, jealousy, anxiety” towards this person. “ Ask Jesus immediately to take these thoughts and to send his Holy Spirit to bring me peace of mind, but be sincere with your request and have faith that Jesus will do what you ask of him!
*Corinthians 10:5 - We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.
7) Be ready when you ask him to take these thoughts because when he does, You should instantly replace the Fearful/ worrying / anxiety/ angry / thoughts with positive or constructive thoughts. Getbusy doing something to keep you busy. Read scripture, start a project, read a book, get moving, get out for a walk or jog, play Christian music. Most times if you don't replace that thought with a positive thought or action immediately following the devil bring that negative thought back! Determine in my mind that I will keep praying and not give up. 8) When the negative thoughts leave,...
What is anger?
* It is an emotion characterized by antagonism toward someone or something you feel has deliberately done you wrong.
* Anger can be a good thing. It can give you a way to express negative feelings, for example, or motivate you to find solutions to problems.
* But excessive anger can cause problems. Increased blood pressure and other physical changes associated with anger make it difficult to think straight and harm your physical and mental health.
Ways to change the form of anger:
* Recognize that you are angry.
* Distance yourself from the situation.
* Release anger physically in indirect forms.
* Use relaxation techniques
* Calm your mind – talk to yourself.
* Apply therapeutic techniques
* Turn to spiritual support.
* Use social support.
* Redirect energy.
* Cry it out.
How do we Directly Express Our Anger?
* Describe the behavior that angers you.
* Describe how you feel about the behavior.
* Describe the reason for your feeling.
How Do We Deal with Other People’s Anger?
* Allow expression. Listen
* Do not counter-attack
* Stand in the shoe of the other
* Help him/her to calm down
* Explain your situation
* Look into options together
* If you can’t deal with the other person’s wrath, ask for help...
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We all have common human behaviors that affect the way we act from time to time. Weather the reaction is a good or bad reaction. As humans we experience anger as one common behavior that can have different effects on us. Anger is a natural behavior that human have to express they do not like something or will not tolerate it. There are many things that can us as humans to be angry.
There are two different affects anger can have on us as humans. The first affect anger can have is an effect that we all would expect when we hear the word “Anger” that effect is the negative effect. There are many things that can cause us as humans to become angry. People tread to get angry when they get scared. I know when my oldest daughter was taken I was very scared and, angry because I was not sure where she was at.
Some people know how to control their anger and some people don’t. People who know how to control their anger can do positive things in the lives when things make them angry. These people can go for a walk to claim down or read book and become more educated, or even go fishing. A person who controls their anger can make better decisions in their lives then a person who cannot control their anger. Knowing how to control your anger...
...Generalized Anxiety Disorder: What it is, how it works, and what treatments are available
My mother is the only person who always understands how I’m feeling, and she knows just what to say to ease my suffering. As a kid it seemed like I was just a little more sensitive and cautious than the other kids, but either way I still would tend to feel like I didn’t belong some days. When I was fourteen I visited a psychiatrist who diagnosed me with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD); at the time I had no idea what the words she was saying to me even meant. That was the day that my mother revealed to me that she also suffers from GAD. It is difficult for people without anxiety disorders to understand how constant the anxious feelings really are and that they can escalate to become much more severe than any normal anxiety. I’ve been knowingly living with GAD for four years now and I have many questions about it that have yet to be answered. Considering my mother and I both suffer from this disorder, I want to know if it could possibly be genetic or if I was simple conditioned to it from observing her. I also am curious about what happens in the brain of someone who suffers from generalized anxiety disorder and how it causes the symptoms. Most importantly I want to find information on possible treatments that would not only allow me to deal with my anxiety in a way that will better my life, but also...
...In contrast to traditional art media, electronic art media are tools and materials such as computers and electronic media to produce electronic art either for electrical display or printing.
Various application software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Painter, and Maya are some of the programs that artists would use to modify photos, create new digital illustrations, or model 3D objects and turn them into full body animations. The different tools that these programs provide allow the artists more control to modify, add or undo, and delete an action as they please, to achieve the level of industry quality that you see on marketing advertisements, magazines and special effects that you see in animated or live action films, and technical illustrations and visualization graphics with reconfigurable and scalable precise detail. Electronic art media also allows for art to be interactive art and virtual art in ways not possible with traditional art media.
Examples include electronic forms of traditional methods such as:
Graphic art software for illustration and animation
3D computer graphics for sculpture and 3D animation
Word processors and desktop publishing software for writing and page layout
Digital photography and digital cinematography for the capturing of photographs and footage
Specialized input devices (e.g. variable pressure sensing tablets and touchscreens) to bridge the gap between traditional techniques and digital painting
Digital printing to...
...Normally you have to listen to the boring facts before getting started; unfortunately, you will not avoid them this time either. However, it’s probably nice for you to know who writes what you’re going to read and why I have ended up writing this book to help you.
You will quickly discover that my book is quite different from many other things that you’ve might read about jealousy. The reason is that my book is more a personal portrayal, rather than a professional book built on a lot of inspiration. The advantage is that you’ll get a very authentic look at jealousy, and it contains a lot of inspiration to keep yourself free from jealousy, without having to feel you are reading text from a psychologist. (Not because there is something wrong with going to a psychologist.)
Just so you know, if you read my book to do something about your jealousy, there is a lot of hope for you, because you’ve actually moved beyond the 80% of all others who are jealous and are doing nothing about it. You have acknowledged that you are jealous and need to do something about it fast as possible. You have taken the responsibility without blaming it on others. Well done! It’s important for me to say, that if you don’t take the responsibility yourself, you will keep being jealous until you do.
So who am I?
My name is Kim Falidan, I’m 25 years old, and I’m living in Copenhagen, Denmark. If you ask me, I study on one of the world’s most...
...Cohen Derek. “PAIRIARCHY AND JEALOUSY in Othello and the winter’s tale” modern language Quarterly 48.3 (1987): 207 Professional Development Collection. EBSCO. Web 17 oct. 2011
Shakespeare, William. “Othello the moor of Venice” Champaign IL: Book Jungle
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Ruth Cowhioj. “Blacks in English Renaissance Drama and the Role of Shakespeare’s Othello,”
People have personal insecurities that tend to make out as jealousy. No matter if it’s a relationship or a friendship. Many characters possessed some type of insecurity that allowed them to have a jealous tendency. This not only happened in the play but it could also happen in real life. Othello is the most famous literary work that focuses on the dangers of jealousy. The play is a study of how jealousy can be fueled by mere circumstantial evidence and can destroy lives. It’s interesting how every character has their individual jealousy. But, they share similar traits of jealousy. Which is in the same type of form.
In Othello, jealousy takes place in many forms, from sexual suspicion to professional competition, but most of all, hate.
Othello believes his wife (Desdemona) is having a affair with Cassio. For the simple reason Iago claims Cassio has been sleeping with Othello’s wife. Since Othello is...
Hupka, B. R., & Bank, L. A. (1996). Sex differences in jealousy: evolution or social construction? Cross-Cultural Research, 30(1), 24-59.
Ward, J., & Voracek, M. (2004). Evolutionary and social cognitive explanations of sex
differences in romantic jealousy. Australian Journal of Psychology, 56(3), 165-171.
Sex differences in romantic jealousy have been widely reported in the recent psychological literature. According to this literature, men are more likely than women to report being more distressed at sexual than emotional infidelity. There are two explanations for this difference: an evolutionary psychological and a social cognitive explanation. According to the evolutionary psychological account, men and women exhibit differences in jealousy because they faced different reproductive challenges during human evolution. According to the social cognitive account, men and women exhibit these differences because they have been socialised to believe that attachment and sex are weighted differently by each gender. In this study, 268 participants completed a questionnaire designed to compare predictions based on these two theories. The results are generally consistent with the evolutionary account. Men are more distressed by sexual infidelity than by emotional infidelity, and this is not accounted for by beliefs about jealousy that...
Studies have shown that people with high levels of jealousy often have a strong desire for revenge. The feeling of envy or jealousy occurs in almost every human body, whether the person flaunts the emotion, or ignores it. Jealousy is typically known as a situation when a person resents another person because of their success, which the resentful person wishes to have. It is extremely challenging for any person to truly congratulate a friend or family member on accomplishing a goal that the person himself is yearning to achieve. Jealousy has a strong reputation of destroying important relationships, and can prevent people from acting in their usual rational manner, leading to harmful situations. Jealousy is commonly described as rancorous or bitter, and is rooted from anger and envy. It is a rather difficult concept to interpret, however, after reading the famous biblical book of Genesis, a person will acquire a much better understanding of where jealousy comes from and what the outcome generally turns out to be. Due to failure to impress, favoritism, and natural benefits, jealousy unfortunately occurs often, and primarily results in physical harm or conflict between loved ones.
The Jealousy between Cain and Abel led to violence and murder. In chapter 4, verses 3-6, Cain and Abel present their offerings to God,...