An extremely compelling method of distinguishing and forestalling outrage is to comprehend and perceive the four signs or clues that we get from the manner in which our psyche and body responds in an unfriendly situation or at the commencement of an ominous outer operator −
- Physical Cues − These are the clues our body offers us to tell that outrage has begun working inside us. They could be expanded pulse, quick breathing, straining of muscles, and so on.
- Social Cues − The manner in which we carry on with others when we are irate, or what others see about us when we are furious, for example, jaw-securing, frowning, and gazing.
- Enthusiastic Cues − These are some different feelings that go with outrage, for example, weakness, vulnerability, disgrace, and blame.
- Thought-related Cues − These are our considerations when we are irate, for example, upsetting mental pictures, envisioning punching somebody, associating this occurrence with some other comparative episode.