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The Wounded Person behind the Anger

Uncontrolled chronic anger damages your relationships, destroys your health, jeopardizes your career and robs your joy. The negative consequences of anger are felt in every part of your life. Anger problems are a symptom of fear and pain ― and lashing out at others in trying to heal your own wounds never works. Until the real source of the pain is discovered, the wound remains open. Therapy can get to the source of the suffering and help you close the wound so you can live a more peaceful life. Anger management is an important part of the recovery process.
Anger management issues hits a cord with many people because everyone gets angry. It’s an emotion that we’ve all felt in the heat of a moment where we lost our self- restraint. From angrily beeping our car horn at the person who just cut us off on the highway ― to full
blown road rage ― it’s an emotion that’s been in the driver’s seat at some point in our life.
The emotion of anger is neither good nor bad, and sometimes even necessary. If anger is the motivation to set an injustice right by getting involved with a worthy cause, then it can be productive. If anger feels toxic and is keeping you stuck in its comfort zone, then it’s
harmful.
Recognizing the Different Types and Degrees of Anger
Anger falls into 4 main classifications
Forceful anger:  this type of anger is more destructive and hostile with the intent to harm or control people or situations.
Passive aggressive anger:  this anger is indirect and more insidious. The angry person does not directly confront the target of their anger.
Rage explosive anger: (This type of anger can be violent and be in a classification all of its own.)
Healthy anger: this is the type of anger that we strive for and can move us forward in a positive way.

Anger can take on many forms ― some of them disguised ― as well a wide spectrum and degrees.
Here are some fundamental criteria to help you determine if your anger is excessive and problematic in your life:
The intensity of your anger
How often you get angry
How long you remain angry
How quick you are to anger
How you express your anger
How comfortable you are with your anger

How to Control Anger
Stress is a huge spark for anger. The stressors of life can be overwhelming for some and using anger as a way of managing stress only increases the stress in their life ― imprisoning them in a vicious cycle of more stress and more anger. When you learn how to control anger, you will start to make better decisions in your life. You can face every day without turning it into a battleground. And you will simply feel better. Anger can be an addiction, just like any other. Individual counseling with a caring therapist supports people who don’t know how to deal with anger ― by learning the skills necessary to kick the habit for good.
Counseling helps you to be in control of anger so that it doesn’t take you on a knee-jerk ride that you later regret. Recognizing your anger triggers is an important part of recovery. Learning the thoughts, behaviors, people and situations that are the trip wires that set off angry episodes are important in getting control of your anger.

Even if you don’t a problem with anger, you may know or live with someone who does. When anger turns to violence in the form of spousal or child abuse, it becomes a behavior that needs the immediate help that a professional licensed counselor can give to those in the abusive situation.

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