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When Anger Problems Change Your Life

Anger problems could make your life take a sudden curb to the worse. Being angry is natural but if it gets out of control, it could be the destruction of your entire life. Anger could cause problem in different aspects and relationships. It could significantly ruin your personal relationships such as your friendships, family and marriage. It could have drastic impact in your social interaction with people. There are cases of anger issues affecting work and professional careers. Too much and uncontrollable anger could even get you to jail and imprisonment.

What are the basic things you need to know about anger problems? What are the available helps you could get? Do you need professional intervention for your anger issues? These are just few of the questions need answered in this very crucial reality in life.

  • If you get angry without any causes, then you are dealing with unhealthy types of anger. Being angry without any specific reason or feeling furious out of the blue is a serious psychological dilemma. Take note that healthy anger is just a natural response to situations which could irritate or upset you. If there are no triggering factors, you need to find out why and oftentimes it takes professional help to do so.

  • Some people who have serious anger problems are those who are grappling with disproportional anger. It means your anger reaction or response to a situation is too much or excessive. If you throw tantrums over a simple misunderstanding or a box of cereal, then you do have this kind of dilemma.

Feeling angry is definitely normal. However if you see the signs of a more aggravating anger issue, it is high time you seek help. Sometimes you could solve the problem through stepping back and looking at things in a different perspective. Or sometimes you need professionals to help you sort things out.

 

References:

  • "Treatment of Chronic Anger Through Cognitive and Relaxation Controls"; Novaco, Raymond W.; Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 44, 4, 681, August 1976.

 


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