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Anger Management - How Severe is Your Anger Problem? Take the Test

 


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If you think you have anger management problems, you should make every effort to learn anger techniques regardless of your score on this test.

Try this test to find out how severe your anger problem is.

Answer the following questions with a yes or no.

* I often feel tense

* I have a hard time saying what is on my mind

* When I am upset, I try to forget it by watching TV or reading a book

* I smoke to help calm myself down

* I have trouble sleeping

* I often feel misunderstood or ignored

* People say I curse too much

* I have a tendency to hurt my loved ones and friends when I am angry.

If you answer positively to 0-3 question, you could benefit from relaxation. If there are 3 to 5 yes answers, you are moderate and need to learn more about anger management. If there are more than 6 yes answers, you have an anger problem and need to take steps to manage it properly.

Keep in mind that the only way you can succeed in managing your anger is to learn anger management techniques. If you fail to use these techniques in your everyday life, there will likely be consequences, such as the loss of a loved one or friend or even the loss of your job. Your failure will not be a reflection of the techniques suggested, but rather a reflection of your unwillingness to put them into action. Real change cannot take place without your cooperation. Regardless of how you have reached this stage, don't abuse a sincere opportunity to change your life for the better.

Slow, deliberate and controlled deep breathing exercises will help you focus on your breathing and not on the problem at hand. Shoulder rolls backward and forward can also help to ease your tension. These relaxation techniques can help you to relax, and will have a positive side effect to stop you from focusing on being angry. They will provide you the time you need to think about the situation that has upset you and help you come up with appropriate solutions to the problems you are facing.

To learn the simple secrets to controlling your anger, visit http://www.angermanagement.healthehelp.com where you'll find everything you need to know about anger self help, anger courses, and much more!

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