UPDATED: 1/22/2019 You’ve been angry too often and too much of the time, and you recognize the price you are paying – social withdrawal, and fractured relationships. Perhaps you even self-medicate by overeating, drinking alcohol, escaping to bed, or substance abuse. Consider these five action steps so you can walk away from the rocky road…
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UPDATED 1/22/2019 While anger often has a negative ring to it, given the negative physical, mental and emotional impacts, there’s also an unexpected silver lining. Anger can change the world when channeled the right way. Personally, anger can transform your life and lead to happy outcomes if you find the positive side of it.
UPDATED 1/22/2018 Are you angry, upset, and frustrated? Do you know why? There are many causes including disappointment and regret. Recognizing the causes of anger will help you manage it better.
UPDATED 1/22/2019 The feeling of instability and insecurity in America is an all-encompassing reality. It’s a world problem, and it’s a personal issue. While you can’t solve the world’s problems, you can transform your uncertainty, so it doesn’t lead to anger.
UPDATED 1/22/2019 Why are you angry? It’s a simple question with probably several answers. Fear is likely one of them. Fear of the unknown, fear of situations, and fear of others. Managing your fears is a critical part of anger management. In fact, it’s sometimes called fear management.