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Tension Prevention: How to Deal with Anger and Frustration

Anger, frustration and resentment are complicated emotions that arise from other feelings such as disappointment, fear or stress. In times of disaster, especially with the current situation of the mismanagement of the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s natural that you may find yourself quickly getting upset from the stream of bad news or find yourself losing patience with some people. To better cope with your negative feelings, and to decrease the tension, we have a few tips on how to deal with anger and frustration to share with you.

  • Thinking Before Reacting
    When you’re getting mad and about to fire your fury, press the “pause” button by taking a few deep breathes or by counting one to ten, then ask yourself, “What made me get so upset?”. Giving yourself a moment to think before reacting can help you see the cause of your anger more clearly and filter the excess emotions from the facts. This way, you will not suffer later from your overreactions.
  • Change Your Surroundings
    Sometimes, anger can make you feel trapped. Whether you’re mad at someone or angry with the world, move yourself to different surroundings by walking out of the room or getting a bit of fresh air outside. This can decrease your tension and calm you down.
  • Release the Heat
    Anger is a high energy emotion, and it causes tension under your skin; that explains why we look so tense when we’re angry. Exercise is a great way to release that high heat energy. High impact exercises such as running, boxing and swimming are the best to let the strain out. At the same time, some people might find that quiet, slower-paced activities such as yoga, meditation, or going to the hair salon to let someone wash your hair will help to calm down the intense emotions.    
  • Finding Your Creative Outlet
    “Make Art Not War”, the famous art slogan by the duo of British artists, Bob and Roberta Smith, is good advice for managing anger and frustration. Suppressing your negativity isn’t always healthy, so let the anger come out by doing something creative. This can be done with simple activities like drawing a comic, painting, writing a diary, playing music, or even singing out loud in the shower. These creative activities will help release your tension and inject a dose of joy back into your life.
construction update

Construction progress as of July 2021: Overall 45.94 %

Structural Work: 81.91% Overall Completion.

Architectural Work: 42.53% Overall Completion.

MEP Work: 40.87% Overall Completion.

Façade Work : 40.19% Overall Completion.

Interior Work: 30.92% Overall Completion.

External Work: 7.39% Overall Completion.

Lift Work: 9.69% Overall Completion.

TAIT Sathorn 12

Construction progress as of July 2021: Overall 21.89%

Structural Work: 42.59% Overall Completion.

Architectural Work: 2.15% Overall Completion.

MEP Work: 3.10% Overall Completion.

External Work: 0% Overall Completion.

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