Anger management


Do you fume when your child talks back? When someone cuts you off in traffic, is your natural reaction to curse?

Anger is a normal emotion; it is not necessarily good or bad. In the right situation, anger can be a productive response to remedy an injustice. Nevertheless, it is important to learn to manage your anger. When you frequently lose control of your anger, you will end up hurting yourself and those around you.

If you find yourself constantly reacting in anger, you may benefit from anger management counseling.

What happens when you get angry

Anger can be a natural response to a challenging situation, but how you respond to your anger is up to you. You may have unsuccessfully attempted to vent, calm down, or keep your anger inside. You may even be aware of how your anger prevents you from succeeding at work or with relationships. Anger management counseling can help you respond positively and control the way you react to infuriating situations.

To learn more about simple ways to check your anger, click here for advice from the Mayo Clinic.

How your anger hurts you

Disproportionate reactions to anger can damage your relationships with your friends and family. It can push away your coworkers and supervisors, compromising your performance at work.

Trying to bottle up your anger may harm your physical and mental health. You may suffer from hypertension, depression, or high blood pressure.

Learning how to remain calm regardless of the situation may seem nearly impossible, but you can do it. Anger management counseling can help.

Why get anger management counseling

With anger management counseling, you can stop anger from controlling your life. Your therapist can help you change your thought patterns, so anger is not your first reaction to crisis. You can learn how to respond to problems constructively and keep your cool.

By improving your communication skills, you can heal your relationships with others, which your anger may have damaged.

Take a step forward

Prevent anger from taking control of your life. Learn techniques to keep your calm.

Contact one of our therapists today to learn more about how they can help or to learn more about online therapy.

Click here to connect with a therapist that can help you with anger management. 

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18 Jan 2018


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