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Chances are you are reading this post because you realize you have an issue with anger.
Maybe not all the time, but at least some of the time.
The good news is by seeking out affirmations for your anger, you are taking a step in the right direction.
Realizing you have an issue is the first step, and taking action to fix things is the second step.
In this post I share with you 144 affirmations that you can say to help you calm down or get yourself back under control.
If you never tried affirmations before, you should read the next section so you get the most out of them and they remain effective long term.
But if you have already been practicing with affirmations, you can move on to the list of anger affirmations.
How To Make Affirmations Effective
Many people make the mistake of just picking an affirmation and trying it out.
If it works great, if not, then they move on.
This is not how to use affirmations.
To be effective, you have to read through all of them and say each one.
As you say them, you have to be present and feel if they have meaning to you.
You know when you will because you will feel something inside light up.
It is as if the affirmation is speaking directly to you.
When this happens, you know you found a winner.
But don’t stop with one.
Pick 3-5 affirmations as it is good to have a few you can use.
Once you have the ones that work for you, you need to make it a habit of saying them daily.
And the more often you can say them, the better.
For me, I say them first thing in the morning and as I lay down for bed.
The reason is because I want to start and end my day with these positive thoughts in my mind.
I will then also say them a few times throughout the day as well, just to reinforce my positive thinking.
And of course, if you are starting to get angry, this is a critical time to pause and recite one of these manifestations.
144 Powerful Affirmations For Anger Issues
Affirmations To Help Release Anger
#1. I choose now to release anger and reclaim my happiness.
#2. I am a powerful, peaceful, and playful person.
#3. I can express my anger in a respectful way.
#4. Acting out my anger is a choice, a choice that I choose not to do.
#5. I dedicate my life to peace and harmony.
#6. I transform anger into peace.
#7. I will remain calm and centered in frustrating situations.
#8. I’m allowed to breathe a little bit deeper into this.
#9. People are going to act the way they want to, not the way I want them to act.
#10. I clear all the ways I am inflamed with anger!
#11. If people criticize me, I can survive that. Nothing says that I have to be perfect.
#12. I am starting to effectively manage my anger.
#13. I can admit it when I make a mistake.
#14. Each time I release the anger in my heart, I regain space for peace.
#15. I am in control of my life and emotions.
#16. I clear all the ways I feel like boiling over with anger!
#17. I release all my embodied anger!
#18. If this person wants to go off the wall, that’s their thing. I don’t need to respond to their anger or feel threatened.
#19. Time to relax and slow things down. Take a time out if I get uptight or start to notice my cues.
#20. I can feel my anger and still stay in control.
#21. I have the power to regulate my emotions.
#22. I am responsible for my anger.
#23. I’m strong enough to ask someone for help or support.
#24. I transform my anger into peace and offer my peace to the world.
#25. My anger is a signal. Time to talk to myself and to relax.
#26. I express my anger without shaming the person.
#27. I release all this burning anger!
#28. I will choose a different way to respond.
#29. It feels better to let go of anger!
#30. I am able to calm myself down and detach from anger.
#31. I can take a break if I need to.
#32. Feeling stuck is a feeling, not a fact.
#33. I clear all the ways I dwell in anger!
#34. I am able to be angry without exploding.
#35. I can do better next time.
#36. I feel angry, that must mean I have been hurt, scared or have some other primary feelings.
#37. I clear and release all my angry thoughts and feelings!
#38. It’s OK to be angry, but I must express it in a controlled way.
#39. Next time, I will notice that I am getting angry sooner.
#40. I remember to breathe deeply when I feel angry.
#41. I am ready to reclaim my power to change.
#42. I can use everything as a catalyst for something better.
#43. I will control myself.
#44. Making mistakes and learning from them is part of being human.
#45. I am able to diffuse my anger and channel it in a more productive way.
#46. I am free of anger, hatred, and discontent.
#47. I find it easy to calm myself down and relax.
#48. It feels better to act out of love than anger.
#49. Everything is fuel for growth and connection. I am an alchemist, after all.
#50. I have a right to assert myself.
#51. I am now becoming peaceful and free of anger.
#52. I can transform anything negative into something helpful.
#54. I release my anger, and instead I choose peace, passion, and playfulness.
#55. Each day it is becoming easier to diffuse my anger.
#56. I am doing it!
#57. I clear and release any and all ways I am holding on to anger!
#58. I can talk things out with other people.
#59. When I get into an argument, I can use my control plan and know what to do. I can take a time out.
#60. I am more than my thoughts. I am more than my emotions.
#61. I release all my righteous anger!
#62. I don’t need to feel threatened here. I can relax and stay cool.
#63. It’s okay to be uncertain or insecure sometimes. I don’t need to be in control of everything and everybody.
#64. Nothing says I have to be competent and strong all the time. It’s okay to feel unsure or confused.
#65. I am ready to release whatever is meant to go.
#66. I can remember to count to ten and take deep breaths.
#67. I release all the vengeful anger!
#68. It’s okay to walk away from this fight.
#69. Each time I feel anger, I choose instead to focus on my passions.
#70. I notice when I am becoming angry.
#71. I am free of anger and live in a state of joy.
#72. Most things we argue about are stupid and insignificant. I can recognize that my anger comes from having my old primary feelings re-stimulated.
#73. I release all the emotional shocks and traumas which have created resulted in this anger!
#74. I am calm, focused, and relaxed.
#75. Controlling my anger comes naturally to me.
#76. I am at peace and harmony with everyone and everything.
#77. People put erasers on the ends of pencils for a reason. It’s okay to make mistakes.
#78. I am in control.
#79. When I apologize to others, it helps lessen the effects of the anger.
#80. Clutter is anything that does not support my better self.
Anger Management Affirmations
#81. I allow myself to acknowledge angry feelings without losing control.
#82. I always speak my mind rather than let frustrations build up.
#83. I am a calm and loving person.
#84. Each time I chose peace of mind over anger my life gets better.
#85. There isn’t any need to doubt myself. What other people say doesn’t matter. I’m the only person who can make me mad or keep me calm.
#86. I am transforming into someone who confronts problems constructively.
#87. I believe that it’s possible to break free from anger and live a better life.
#88. I choose to be calm and relaxed.
#89. Managing anger will help to repair and strengthen my bond with friends and family.
#90. Staying relaxed is becoming easier.
#91. I am a forgiving person.
#92. I am controlling my anger by changing my anger-triggering thoughts.
#93. Anger management is changing my life for the better.
#94. Diffusing anger is easy for me.
#95. I am counting to ten.
#96. It’s nice to have other people’s love and approval, but even without it, I can still accept and like myself.
#97. There is always a solution of the highest good.
#98. I choose to respond from love and compassion in all situations.
#99. I am gaining more and more control over my emotions.
#100. Managing my anger will create a better life for myself and my loved ones.
#101. Being calm and at peace is part of my nature.
#102. I am handling this well.
#103. I am in control of how I choose to approach and respond.
#104. It’s impossible to control other people and situations. The only thing I can control is myself and how I express my feelings.
#105. As long as I keep my cool, I’m in control of myself.
#106. I clear all the ways I allow anger to direct my life!
#107. It takes courage to face frustration with a deep breath and a mind willing to change.
#108. I forgive myself for my past angry outbursts.
#109. If I feel angry, I can take a step back and remain in control.
#110. In the past, I would let anger cause me suffering. Now I choose to be peaceful.
#111. I refuse to waste my life being angry when I remember that happiness is my birthright.
#112. It feels great to handle my anger.
#113. I now choose to stay calm in difficult or frustrating situations.
#114. I owe it to myself to manage my anger.
#115. I get angry at the behavior, rather than the person.
#116. It is important that I learn to manage my anger.
Positive Affirmations For Anger
#117. Thinking positively in tough situations is just something I do naturally.
#118. I am becoming a positive person whom others can turn to without fear.
#119. I control my anger by expressing myself in a firm yet positive manner.
#120. I am free to be happy, peaceful, and joyful.
#121. I transform and heal my anger to passion and choose to use the energy positively.
#122. Being calm, relaxed, and in control is normal for me.
#123. Each time I breathe in anger I choose to breathe out peace.
#124. I am a naturally calm, easy-going, and positive person.
#125. I attract peace and harmony in all situations in my life.
#126. I choose to transform my anger into positive action.
#127. I notice when I am becoming angry and I choose to deal with it in a positive way.
#128. It is my choice to feel anger or peace. I choose peace.
#129. Outside circumstances and situations will not take away my inner peace.
#130. No matter what happens on the outside, I am at peace on the inside.
#131. I will remember to stop, relax and think before I act.
#132. I walk my life in a state of peace, love, and joy. and I refuse to allow anger to change my course.
#133. I transmute the anger into the energy of peace.
#134. I choose a life of peace, love, and joy and will not waste a single moment being angry for no reason.
#135. Each moment wasted being angry is a moment of being happy that is forever lost.
#136. Anger is temporary. Peace is forever.
#137. Free of anger. I am happy, peaceful, and loving.
#138. I am a passionate, peaceful, and powerful person.
#139. I am learning what supports my highest self.
#140. I am made of love and patience.
#141. I love myself enough to be calm and release anger.
#142. Every day I cultivate peaceful energy in my body.
#143. I remain calm even when under intense stress.
#144. Thoughts are passing clouds and I am the sky. Emotions are falling leaves and I am the earth.
I hope that you found some of these affirmations for anger to use to help you with managing your emotions.
At the very least, hopefully you got some ideas and are able to construct some of your own affirmations to use going forward.
Remember to recite them multiple times a day so they can begin to limit negative thoughts you have and help you to diffuse anger.
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