LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||29/JUL/2007 1:45 PM|
|Assunto:||Anger management training - En>En ou En>Pt|
life skills training = treinamento de habilidades necessárias a uma vida em sociedade
UNICEF defines the term "like skills" as follows:
This term refers to a large group of psycho-social and interpersonal skills which can help people make informed decisions, communicate effectively, and develop coping and self-management skills that may help them lead a healthy and productive life. Life skills may be directed toward personal actions and actions toward others, as well as actions to change the surrounding environment to make it conducive to health.
anger management training = treinamento de controle de agressividade
The website TheAngerZone.com explains the term "anger management" in the text below:
Firstly, anger doesn't have to be managed; it's a normal, mostly healthy emotion. It's our physiological arousal that leads to our anger reactions that need to be managed! We can't go through life avoiding the things or the people that enrage us, nor can we change them, but we can learn to control our reactions.
You need to know what makes you angry and how you respond to feeling angry. Do you pace the room with clenched fists? Is your chest burning and your face hot? Do you feel tense or rigid? Are your thoughts or internal dialogues of an angry, critical nature?
Becoming conscious of your emotional, physical and cognitive responses to anger allows you "choice" in how you will respond to the person or situation.
I also work with my clients on using breathing exercises to reduce our anger arousal, meditation, cognitive restructuring, (so they can think about things differently) safe and appropriate emotional and physical techniques to release their anger, increasing their communication skills, and using the process of forgiveness, if its appropriate.
Being able to handle our anger more constructively will help us navigate our lives more successfully.
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