Buddhism on anger management

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“Quiet[ing] down” is the first and perhaps only thing you should do when you are about to get angry.  There is no benefit in speaking when you lose your temper. If you say it, you’ll regret it. It’s better to stop, sit down and reflect: What did I do to get myself in this situation? Buddhism teaches us that reflecting on the past would shine a new light on the path. No one can give you better
advice than yourself.