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Free Anger Test – Check your Anger Quotient

Anger is a defensive emotion that we feel when we think someone has done us wrong. It is a feeling of displeasure, annoyance, or bitterness. Anger Quotient helps us measure one’s ability to control and manage their anger and also project it in the right manner. It lets you control your emotions, especially anger, in difficult situations.

Are you easily irritated by even the pettiest things? 

Or

Do you remain composed even in the most turbulent situations?

First and foremost, anger is an emotion just like all others. Hence, it is normal for every human being to experience this emotion throughout their lives. However, some people might end up losing their judgement and sense to differentiate right from wrong when angry. This may lead to some regrettable actions. In situations like these, it becomes essential to be conscious of our thoughts and reign in the rampant running emotions.

Here’s where knowing your anger quotient comes in. It helps you figure out why you may lose your cool in various situations. Read Ahead to find out more about Anger Quotient and how it affects you!

What is Anger Quotient?

Anger quotient is the measure of your ability to comprehend your emotions and express them in the right way. Once you know what your anger quotient is, you can work on improving it, since it would help you to react in a better manner and save you from trouble. Once you are aware of your anger quotient, you can work on increasing it, if it is not good enough already, this could be a significant step towards developing a better personality.

Anger quotient vs Contol over anger

Factors on which we manage Anger Quotient 

Anger has multiple sub-components: Fear, sadness, irritability and aggression, sullenness, hurt, an impulse for self-preservation, etc. However, we use these four major sub traits- Fear, sadness, irritability, and aggression for measuring your anger quotient.

Fear

It is defined as a robust unpleasant emotion caused by recognition of danger or anticipation. Once you are aware of the possible reason for your fear, you may feel dejected towards the said reason, and this is when anger comes in.

When you know, you won’t be able to control the danger, which makes you fearful. The feeling of regret and conflicts arise in you, and you get angry.

We measure your control over your fear, how you perceive danger or a fearful situation and your level of regret in such a case, all these factors help us to understand how a fearful condition affects your anger and how you manage it.

Sadness

It is defined as the condition of being unhappy or in sorrow. We feel sad when we lose something significant to us. It might not necessarily be a job or a person, but a psychological loss could also make you unhappy. And, when you lose something, you feel powerless since you cannot control the loss. This powerlessness brings anger. It turns feelings of sorrow into those of rage.

We measure how you take sadness in and your reaction to it. To understand how powerless you feel and how much anger could it possibly cause. People who know how to overcome sadness tend to have high anger quotient.

Irritability

It is the quality or a condition of being easily annoyed. Irritability can be caused by multiple reasons like loss of concentration, stressful situations, or the most common one-the loss of control.

You can get irritated in any of these situations but getting angry depends on how you control your emotions. It is very easy for irritation to turn into anger. Hence, reasonable control over irritation and when to stop, it is necessary.

We measure how you take control of such situations and not let your irritation turn into anger. People who can stop their rage at the right time have a high anger quotient.

Aggression

It is the condition of showing hostile or violent behaviour. The biggest mistake one could make when angry is- getting aggressive. Aggression, when used in the right place, could produce powerful results. But, when shown in anger can cause massive damage for you and anyone around you.

We measure how aggressive you can get when angry—people who get aggressive while angry tend to have low anger quotient.

feelings with high anger quotient

What does your Anger Quotient score mean?

Having a high anger quotient means that you have reasonable control over your anger, especially on events that are not in your favour. You would instead analyse a problem than giving any instant aggressive reaction to it. It shows that you are a considerate person.

People with high anger quotient have adequate control over their fear, can overcome sadness, and know-how to control their aggression and project in the right direction. Such people are generally soft-spoken and try to act slow and steady, mindful of their surroundings.

Having a low anger quotient means that you may let your anger overpower your decision-making skills and your sense of understanding while facing any hurtful, unfavourable, or seemingly dangerous situation.

However, the best thing about the anger quotient is, you can work on improving it. For that, you need to practice control over your anger by indulging yourself in some activities like meditation, yoga, a favourable hobby and practice to stay happy and calm.

Simple tips for practising when you get angry

Think

The first thing we stop doing when we get angry is stopped thinking. It’s all downhill from there. Whenever you find yourself getting agitated, stop yourself from doing anything. Take a step back and analyse the situation.

Analyse

Take note of what triggered the feeling of anger. It may be a big thing or a relatively small one. Try to view the situation from an objective point of view. Once you identify the effect. The next step is-

Ask

Ask yourself what would be the most logical approach to tackle the situation. Can it be handled calmly? Does it require an aggressive approach or a tactful one would do? You’d be surprised at what you could accomplish by simply being polite and assertive.

Act

Yes, at last. It would help if you acted in the way the situation demands. Be a little firm depending on the situation. A small act of talking in a civil and understanding manner may get you desired and efficient results in most cases.

Conclusion

You must know your anger quotient since it tells you so much about your anger and how you can control it. Anger is one such emotion that needs reasonable control to turn even an unfavourable situation to a favourable one.

So take this quick quiz and know your anger quotient, the areas that need work.

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