Why you should never let your anger become a fever

There is a degree for how you get angry.

Aristotle on anger quoted that…

“Anybody can become angry – that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way – that is not within everybody’s power and is not easy”

But you have to try your best to control your temperament so as not to cause dangers. This is emotional intelligence.

Considering the words on bold above…

The level at which you get angry determines the degree of your emotions.

That degree can result to danger if not controlled; because at the point of uncontrolled anger, you will do what you ain’t suppose to do or say what you ain’t meant to say. Hence, end up regretting your actions.

Be in control of anger. Don’t let it control you.

You have to regulate it. Reduce it to nothing no matter how it is pushing you.

The normal body temperature of a human being is meant to be 36.5℃ to 37.5℃. When it is above the normal range, it becomes a suspect of high fever.

Never let your anger become a fever. It will cause your temperament to be raging and you will do or say things you won’t say on a normal basis. Then, there is a regret later.

Don’t let it become dangerous.

Danger damages.

Start regulating.

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