You love your spouse and the life you have together in South Carolina. Unfortunately, you do not care so much for your inability to handle your anger when arguing with your spouse.

Mayo Clinic has you covered with a few anger management tips. Learn how to take control of yourself and your emotions.

Reframe how you communicate your anger

Rather than loud words, learn how to reshape the physical expression of your emotions. Think about what triggers your anger. Now, how can you bypass that trigger and express that anger in a way that is not violent?

Weigh your words

You may already know all too well what happens when you speak out of anger. To keep from verbally and emotionally harming your spouse, think about what you are about to say and how it may make your partner feel.

Step away from the situation

Sometimes, you simply are not in the right frame of mind to have a constructive conversation. It is okay for you to communicate your need to take a timeout to your spouse so you can cool down and collect your thoughts.

Redirect your emotions

Stress could fuel your anger. Engaging in vigorous physical activity can help you remain calm while you improve your physical health. Explore options in your neighborhood for gyms, boxing classes, yoga or anything else that interests you.

Focus on solutions

Rather than dwelling on what makes you upset, spend more time and energy on developing a solution. After all, yelling at a problem will not make it go away. You may find devising a solution is less strenuous and time-intensive than you may think.

This information is only intended to educate and should not be interpreted as legal advice.