Controlling Rage & Anger

Common triggers for anger may include injustice, stress, financial issues, family or personal problems, traumatic events, or feeling unheard or undervalued. Sometimes, physiological processes, such as chronic pain, fear, or panic can also provoke a strong anger response.

Failing to manage your anger can lead to a variety of problems, saying something you don’t actually mean and will regret later, yelling, sending rash emails or text messages, or in extreme situations becoming physical. But not all anger issues are that serious, your anger might be more internal; getting frustrated in traffic, or venting about work or relationships.

Anger can become problematic when it is not addressed, for this reason, anger management strategies can be beneficial and can help you discover healthy ways to express your feelings.

If you need help managing your rage or anger, contact us now:


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