It’s something that you really need to keep on check before speaking unless the one you are talking to is someone who understands you completely.
Surround yourself with optimistic people – This really does work. The more you spend time with people who are optimistic and cheerful, the more you tend to get influenced by their optimistic outlook about situations and this helps you relax and keep calm to a great extent since they act as your personal stress busters.
Choose how to react – Expecting yourself to react calmly right away will definitely be difficult. Instead of relying on hurtful words or getting physical, try as much as possible to ignore the situation at least until you are away from people involved in it.
You can always come up with a calm response which might seem hard for starters but the more you ignore the situation, the more easily can you deal with it in a mature manner.
Seclude yourself – Until you are sure you have controlled your anger, it’s better to keep yourself away from people around you as much as possible.Try going on a walk, listen to soothing music or simply take a nap.
Give some time to yourself and analyze the situation and think of how you could have dealt with it in a better manner. Secluding yourself also helps to prevent hurting people who are not involved in it, unintentionally.
The worse is yet to come – No matter what situation you are dealing with, it can always get worse. Look at it in a positive way and think how much better off you are right now rather than it’s worst possibility. Once you realize this is not the worst that can happen, your mind relaxes, letting you think over again calmly.
Meditate – This is one of the prevention techniques that will help you deal with the situation and react as calmly as possible. Meditating reduces stress and calms your mind which in turn induces positive idea about life and people.