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  1. You will Choose up the very nice topic.This article increased my knowledge. Now I think I will again live my life as normal. Thanks for giving this information.

    • Your words are too kind, Jazaki Allahu Khairan Sister Amina. It is a topic of importance and helpful reminders are always beneficial. :-)

  2. As salaamu alaikum,

    Barak Allahu Feeki, Sr. Monique, for this informative article on how to effectively deal with anger. I love the dua you provided in tip #1 (seeking Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala’s Help and making Dua regularly). I’m going to work on reciting that often, in shaa Allah. I agree that it’s important to actively identify our emotional triggers and the best ways to prevent it and cope with it. Stress is definitely one of the biggest emotional triggers for most people (including myself) so a good way to prevent it is to be as efficient as possible with our time and resources. Make a to-do list. Set deadlines and strive to meet them. Avoid procrastinating by breaking up tasks into smaller & doable steps and by starting as soon as possible. And most importantly, ask for help. We don’t have to do everything ourselves and it’s not healthy to keep our feelings bottled up all the time, so we should constantly reach out to others for help and support.

    – Jessica S. Dukharan

    P.S. I wrote a blog post on 50 simple ways you can de-stress. If stress is one of your emotional triggers, then I highly recommend looking over it to see various ways you can cope with your stress and prevent yourself from becoming frustrated or angry often. Here’s the link to it in case anyone would like to check it out (in shaa Allah):

    • Duaa can be such a game changer when we make duaa with sincerity, patience and keep at it. We can look to the example of the prophet ﷺ, who would repeat his own duaa multiple times with great patience.

      Stress can be beneficial or harmful dependent on how much of it we have and utilizing positive coping skills. Thank you for the blog link.

      Jazaki Allahu Khairan

  3. The lack of self-awareness is really one of the biggest causes of anger and all its evil. Self-Awareness can really help us locate the root cause and address it most effectively. Jazak’Allah

    • Absolutely, self-awareness is the key to progress for many concerns such as anger, anxiety or a lack of productivity.