Nobody is perfect. I must remember that even good intentioned and competent people make mistakes – Anger Self-Talk 4

“Iron is full of impurities that weaken it; through forging it becomes steel and is transformed into a razor-sharp sword. Human beings develop in the same fashion” – Morihei Ueshiba


To reduce anger, remind yourself that most of us are works in progress and, as such, are imperfect. We all have good days and and bad days; we all have areas of extreme competence as well as mediocrity; we sometimes shine and other times look pretty dull.  Increased tolerance of our own mistakes, limitations and foibles as well as tolerance of the mistakes or imperfecions of others will make life less frustrating for you.