Here is a series of Anger Management Articles in this website:
Anger is a primary emotional state that ranges from mild irritation to extreme rage. It is an innate emotion for all human beings when they feel something is seriously wrong and affecting their life path. Anger has purpose... read more.
Anger has many faces. Some more threatening than others. This is because everyone deals with anger differently. Our experiences have taught us how to handle anger displayed towards us and in expressing it to others....read more.
Here is a simple anger test you can take to decide if you have a problem with anger... read more.
Anger Management is a valuable skill that can be used to help you recognize the triggers that make you angry and grant you the ability to make the right choice... read more.
Not all people express their anger in destructive ways. But when you harm yourself or others, and cause others to suffer because of your anger, you can be assured that your anger is a problem... read more.
Anger is a primary emotional state that ranges from mild irritation to extreme rage. It is an innate emotion for all human beings when they feel something is seriously wrong and affecting their life path. Anger has purpose: it helps you identify what is seriously wrong and gives you the drive to place your life back in order.
There are many things that can get someone angry. Some things are more provocative than others. It is important for you to recognize these stressors or triggers of anger if you find you have an anger issue... read more.
Realizing your anger is easily provoked or you have an angry temperament can help you learn to take responsibility for your response to anger and irritation. Here are some "dos and don'ts" on quenching your anger before it becomes destructive... read more.
There are a number of theoretical models or approaches that are used in anger management. An example of some of these models are: Ventilation Model, Cognitive-Behavioural Models, Gestalt Therapeutic Models, and Relaxation Training... read more.
In life there are roadblocks that block or delay you from achieving your goals. These roadblocks may be placed by yourself or by others. Roadblocks can provoke your anger in many ways and affect you in varying degrees depending on how prepared you are for these roadblocks or how much control you have over the problem... read more.
It can be a challenge to restrain your anger when someone is mad at you. But responding in a like manner can lead to undesirable consequences. Remember anger is natural for everyone; it is merely a response to things that have gone wrong or if someone is hurt...read more.
A study carried out at the private research university of Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, shows facial displays of emotion provides an objective indicator of individual differences in the emotional experience of a stressor and its likely association with hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical (HPA) axis responses... read more.
The National Institutes of Health scientists has found that hostile, aggressive men often have low blood levels of DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) and Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), omega-3 fatty acids. The study shows in part a connection with anger and aggression and nutritional deficiencies of omega-3... read more.
Children learn good anger management skills by observing the behavior of adults, specifically their parents. It is therefore, important for parents to model aggressive responses to anger. Children can be also taught good anger management skills in a humanistic way... read more.
Garber's "Stop Anger, Be Happy" is written in a simple manner that is easily to understood by everyone. It is an easy to read step by step guide/workbook without the complications of the science behind anger... read more.
William Blake's "Poison Tree" is a poem about anger that is nurtured and allowed to explode. The poet metaphorically represent anger as a "poison tree" ... read more.
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