Handling Aggressive Behavior Mindset – How hypnosis can give you the resources to stay cool while you diffuse volatile situations
Do you have to deal with aggressive people on a daily basis?
Do you wish you were able to stay cool in these situations?
It’s normal to feel defensive and anxious when someone is being aggressive towards you. But as we know, fighting aggression with aggression only escalates the situation and enhances the danger posed to everyone involved.
This is why it’s important to keep your emotions under control, maintaining a cool head, so you can take the necessary steps to diffuse the situation.
The expression of aggression
If you’ve ever watched animals fighting on a nature documentary, you will have seen the characteristics of aggression. And these extend to humans in many forms, including:
- Tense, domineering body language
- Threatening words
- A change in tone and volume of voice
- A change of facial expression.
The role of emotion
When someone is experiencing strong emotions, it becomes difficult for them to be rational.
This is because their thinking has narrowed and it’s very difficult to reason with them.
But if you know how to spot the signs of aggression before it really begins, you will be better prepared to deal with it.
Keep a cool head with hypnosis
Stay Calm When Handling Aggressive Behavior is an audio hypnosis session that will help you deal with aggressive, angry people assertively and effectively.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download, you’ll notice that you:
- Feel calmer, more confident and in command in the face of aggression
- Are better able to spot the warning signs of aggression
- Are able to communicate more clearly with aggressive people.
Download Stay Calm When Handling Aggressive Behavior and learn how to take appropriate action to diffuse the situation. You can listen on your computer or device or via our free app which you can access when you have completed your purchase.
*Important: This download is purely for self-management when facing aggressive behavior. It does not convey any practical skills for handling aggression, or make the listener any less likely to be injured in an aggressive encounter. Always make your first priority your own safety.
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