So what is anger management? How do you learn to control and deal with anger? How do you learn stress management? Understanding the root of your anger can be helpful in better controlling your anger. Together we can uncover the triggers at the onset and learn coping skills when you experience frustration which is paramount in dealing better with your anger.
There are many kinds of anger issues and anger can manifest in many ways. There are passive kinds of anger, i.e. giving the silent treatment, withholding love or affection, undermining another person’s efforts or countless other less obvious behaviors. On the opposite end of the spectrum are the most easily recognizable anger management issues, which are the aggressive kind. These people go from “zero to ten” instantly and have a challenge dealing with anger. They often report having a hard time controlling their anger which can be displayed by punching holes in walls, saying things in anger that they don’t really mean, being disrespectful, always ready for a confrontation, being controlling and other obvious and destructive behaviors.Anger is one of the biggest causes of stress in a person, which can negatively affect your health and ruin relationships. People who are easily angered report feeling tense, experiencing shortness of breath, rapid heart beat and even increases in their body temperature during their angry episodes.More often than not, the person believes they are justified and have “every right to be mad” at the situation or person. A person’s perception is usually the culprit of their “right to be angry”. This may have started when they were a child due to negative influences in their family.
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