There are several ways a woman can vent her frustrations and anger. Many of which could make things worse resulting in more trouble than she bargained for. Nonetheless, venting is a good skill to learn. But, do it smart! Don’t let it get the best of you, give your enemy power or sink a damaged ship.

These are a few things to know or do when you feel the urge to vent (before you explode).

Clear the room of all sharp objects. That includes the that will criticize and gossip about you later. Trust who you let listen.

Get your ducks in order. Know what is making you angry. At least, you’ll make sense when you’re spitting.

Show those pearly whites. Yes, let your beautiful smile lead the way. That will help you regain your composure. And recant if you need to, “I was just kidding!”

Choose words wisely. Pick your words and phrases wisely, knowing they may come back to haunt you. Find the right words that will get closest to the meaning you wish to express. Use words that will illicit action from others. Pay attention to the emotion you put behind the words.

Every woman needs to find productive and expressive ways to tell the world what is going on inside her. Anger and frustration are not excluded from the rainbow of emotion you feel. It all deserves to be heard, accounted to and acted on.

Author's Bio: 

Influence and persuasion expert, Karen Keller, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and Master Certified Coach with over 25 years of experience. She focuses on women's leadership and empowerment as well as executive, personal, relationship and life coaching. She is also a successful entrepreneur and author. Her other areas of specialization include mentoring, sales techniques, success skills, intuition, body language, management development training, motivational speaking, and corporate training. Discover Influence It! Real POWER for Women now! For your free subscription visit