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Anger Assessment

Do You Have A Problem With Anger?

Anger Management Questionnaire Assessment Denver LittletonUse this simple online anger questionnaire assessment to help determine if you should seek help (diagnosis and treatment) for anger problems.

Instructions: The 25 questions below refer to how you have behaved during the past year. Please indicate whether each question is YES or NO as a description of you during the past year.

 

 

1. I don’t show my anger about everything that makes me mad, but when I do – look out.

2. I still get angry when I think of the bad things people did to me in the past.

3. Waiting in line, or waiting for other people, really annoys me.

4. I fly off the handle easily.

5. I often find myself having heated arguments with the people who are closest to me.

6. I sometimes lie awake at night and think about the things that upset me during the day.

7. When someone says or does something that upsets me, I don’t usually say anything at the time, but later spend a lot of time thinking up cutting replies I could and should have made.

8. I find it very hard to forgive someone who has done me wrong.

9. I get angry with myself when I lose control of my emotions

10. People really irritate me when they don’t behave the way they should, or when they act like an idiot or fool.

11. If I get really upset about something, I have a tendency to feel sick later, either with a weak spell, headache, upset stomach, or even diarrhea.

12. People I’ve trusted have often let me down, leaving me feeling angry or betrayed.

13. When things don’t go my way, I get depressed.

14. When something happens that makes me angry, I tend to replay the event over and over again
in my mind.

15. I’ve been so angry at times I couldn’t remember things I said or did.

16. After arguing with someone, I hate myself or I hate that person.

17. I’ve had trouble on the job because of my temper.

18. When riled up, I often blurt out things I later regret saying.

19. Some people are afraid of my bad temper.

20. When someone hurts or frustrates me, I want to get even.

21. When I get angry, frustrated or hurt, I comfort myself by eating or using alcohol or other drugs.

22. I’ve gotten so angry at times that I’ve become physically violent, hitting other people or breaking things.

23. When I am angry about something that happens at work, it affects me when I am home.

24. Sometimes I feel so hurt and alone I feel like committing suicide.

25. I’m a really angry person, and I know I need help learning to control my temper and angry feelings because it has already caused me a lot of problems.

You have completed the Anger Assessment Questionnaire.

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