Anger Management Part 3: When to Seek Help
When to Seek Help
In my last two articles (click on links below to read first two articles), I provided some tips and techniques for managing your emotions – specifically your anger.
If you give these tips and techniques a fair chance and anger is still a significant issue, you might require more support. Your community is likely to have helping professionals (like me) and classes to provide help with anger management challenges.
Asking for help is not synonymous…
Anger Management - Part 2: Tips for Anger Management
The second installment of a three-part series on anger management, today's article provides some tips for anger management.
Recap: :Last week I discussed how chronic anger issues can have serious repercussions for your health, work, and relationships. Anger is a perfectly normal emotion, and you should expect to feel some anger when you’ve been treated badly. Anger is simply a message from your body that you believe something is wrong. The initial emotion isn’t the real problem. It’s the action…
Anger Management - Part 1: Understanding Anger
The first of a three-part series on anger management, today's article describes anger, some myths about anger, and the importance of learning to control anger responses.
Are you known for having a short fuse or a hot temper? Do you frequently get into arguments? If so, an upgrade to your anger management skills might be in order.
Chronic anger issues can get out of control and have serious repercussions for your health, work, and relationships. Understanding the reason…