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We provide anger management articles in this blog to help you learn ways to manage and control your anger and rage in ways that keep you healthy. Also for couples and families to be safe.

Anger Management Options: Explosive Anger

Anger Management Options: Explosive Anger This is what we usually think about when we think about anger. This is someone fighting physically or verbally.¬†Yelling, screaming, swearing, snapping. Hitting, throwing, kicking, breaking objects. Intimidation, rage, blame, explosiveness. Bickering, criticism, griping. Explosive anger is usually what it looks like when you lose your temper. This is a…

Anger Management Options

Anger Management Options Up to this point, you have learned how to acknowledge your anger, stop your immediate response, calm yourself down, and evaluate your situations. You have thought through your anger rationally, and after evaluating your situation, you have a good picture of what is going on and why you are upset. You are…

Practice Empathy | Anger Management Tools

Practice Empathy Thankfully, the cure to selfish anger is a simple one. Empathy. The ultimate solution is fixing your selfish anger is to see your problem from the other person’s shoes. If you can learn how to do this, then most of the time it will radically change how you view your anger. If you…

Anger Management: Consider Your Expectations

Consider Your Expectations Sometimes we become very upset over things that are really more about our expectations than anything else. This usually happens when we are asking too much of someone else (or of ourselves). This is especially true of people who are perfectionists. Expectations for Yourself I once worked with a professional golfer who…

Anger Management: Putting Our Demands On Others

To make matters worse, we we often have a nasty habit of turning these personal preferences into rules for other people. When we do this we use works like “should,” “have to,” and “ought to.” We take our own values and desires and put them on someone else. We try to control other epoel and…

Anger Management: Evaluation Your Anger

Anger Management Evaluation We get angry when we look at a trigger situation and come to the conclusion that there is an injustice present. We conclude that in this situation something is not fair, or something is wrong. Something is not right or not how it should be. Someone is not doing what they are…

Why Am I Angry?

  To start the process of learning how to think through your anger, you need to first understand why you get angry. When I ask most people why the get angry, I hear responses like:       My husband never appreciates me My wife always criticizes me My kids don’t listen to me My…

Five Ways To Happier And Healthier Life

Five Ways To Happier Life The small things make the difference in the long run. Here are 5 EASY tips anyone can do in order to make you look, and more importantly, FEEL better. How do you stay happy during the day? There ways you can purposely work on staying happy. In this post I…

Evaluate Your Situation: Why Am I Angry?

Evaluation Your Angry Situation You have now learned to gain anger awareness, stop your immediate response, and calm yourself down. If you have done these steps correctly, by this point you should be in a position where your head is calm and you are ready to think. Before you take action, it is important to…

Positive Anger Management Coping: Calm Yourself

Positive Coping of Anger: Calm Self At this point you have learned several tools that will help you calm yourself down when you are upset. However, I should say a word of warning here. Many people try these tools one time and conclude they don’t work. I hear things like, “I did the breathing once…