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Anger Management - How to Control Your Anger?

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 Vincent Pham (March 24, 2008)  Managing anger is a full time occupation for some people. Their anger and rage episodes seem to control their lives making relationships with family, friends and coworkers difficult at best. They often take out their frustrations on other people. Road rage is a growing problem everywhere, as more drivers hit the road and take out their frustrations on others. Sure we all get angry at .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management - Taking Control of Your Reactions

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 Pierre Amyotte (March 19, 2008)  Anger management refers to the system of psychological techniques that help to manage uncontrollable anger and emotional reactions to unpleasant situations. Learning to control your anger is not complicated once you apply a few basic principles and anger techniques. Just remember that it is much easier to learn to manage your anger than burying it deep down inside and not letting it .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management - Overcome Anger With Simple Anger Techniques

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 Pierre Amyotte (March 19, 2008)  Anger is a normal human emotion. It is healthy when controlled. Learn to control your anger properly with anger self help or anger courses. The main problem with having anger management issues is that you think you're only hurting yourself, and you certainly are. There are many physical ailments associated to anger control problems: Headaches Sleep disorders High blood pressure .. (Anger Management)

How To Deal With Anger

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 Trevor Johnson (March 16, 2008)  If you always seem to be angry then it's maybe time that you found out how to deal with anger. Not just for your own sake but also for the sake of the people around you. Sure, there are lots of things to be angry about in our busy modern day life. But is it worth it? You're winding yourself up and alienating the people who care about you most. Hopefully the next statement isn't going .. (Anger Management)

Let Go of Anger with The Sedona Method

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 Marelisa Fabrega (March 14, 2008)  Feeling and showing anger at the right time, in the right degree, and in the right way helps us to get along well with others while setting necessary limits and boundaries so that we can create and live our best life. Anger can also serve as a motivator to help propel us in the direction of our dreams. However, anger that is excessive and/or out of place can lead us to take action that .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management - Causes and Effects of Anger On Your Life

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 Mike Hirn (March 13, 2008)  While we all must learn good anger management skills, anger is a normal emotion people experience. Our bodies are conditioned to prepare us to fight or flee when we are faced with threats. Angry feelings flood our bodies with adrenaline and cortisol to prepare us to defend ourselves. We may not be able to control our bodily reaction to threats or trauma, but we can learn techniques to .. (Anger Management)

Practice Anger Management

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 Shanat Kuphur (March 13, 2008)  Man is governed by too many emotions that he is actually under the firm grip of these emotions and often fails to deliver his best. He at times doesn't know the mind set that give rise to these feelings that overtake his normal attitudes and activities. Anger is one of such emotions that come as a result of too many similar emotions. It happens in such a way that often anger is an .. (Anger Management)

The Four Types of Anger - All You Ever Wanted to Know About Anger (But Were Too Outraged to Ask!)

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 John Schinnerer, Ph.d. (March 12, 2008)  Anger comes from the Latin word, angere, which means “to strangle. " Anger strangles us on a number of different levels. It is the emotion which is probably the most familiar to the majority of us. A consistent finding in those who have low self-esteem, migraines, ulcers, heart attacks, substance abuse problems, troubled work and interpersonal relationships and frequent job loss .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management Strategies - What is Anger Management?

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 Mike Hirn (March 12, 2008)  Anger is a part of our emotional landscape. Whether it is a provoked emotional outpouring of anger, losing your temper over something silly, or even road rage, every one of us has let anger get the best of us at one time or another. Developing positive anger management skills becomes important when we are unable to control our anger and have destructive outbursts. A destructive .. (Anger Management)

Living On The Edge Of Anger

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 Norman Holden (March 11, 2008)  The great majority of people who have some sort of personality disorder are more often than not living their lives on the edge of anger. They become angry very quickly, and once this happens they just cannot control themselves. They are unable to control their emotions, which are constantly urging them to strike out at the person who offended them. People with anger management issues .. (Anger Management)

The Four-Second Rule for Improved Communications

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 Susanne Gaddis (March 10, 2008)  "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all. " Chances are you've come across this phrase sometime during your life. This piece of advice has been passed down for generations for a good reason-it's excellent advice. I'm sure if you think about it-okay, think hard now-you can come up with a few instances when you've said things that you wish you could take back. Whether .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management Needs To Be Given Importance

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 Shanat Kuphur (March 10, 2008)  Anger management is nothing but controlling anger or learning the techniques to avoid anger. Anger is something very common. It could be caused due to failure, depression, anxiety or anything that is related to a person's psychologically. In this state of mind a person can take drastic steps and might ruin his or her life. This is something that needs to be controlled and surely you can . (Anger Management)

IED - Intermittant Explosive Disorder and Anger Management

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 Mike Hirn (March 07, 2008)  Perhaps the most problematic area in the anger management field is a serious psychological disorder called intermittent explosive disorder (IED) . This is a fairly rare disorder of the brain characterized by explosive outbursts of behavior such as throwing or breaking things and inflicting physical harm on others with little or no provocation. It is an impulse control disorder that is .. (Anger Management)

Managing Anger - Overcoming the Odds

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 Michael Lee (March 05, 2008)  Getting angry is a completely normal human response. However, it can occur in various degrees and frequencies, which is why managing anger is also important. There are times when the emotion can be excessive or uncontrolled, in the sense that you can be affected even after issues have long been settled. Here is a brief overview and some great tips in managing anger. The Types of Anger . (Anger Management)

Anger Management - Releasing Anger & Finding Freedom

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 Krystal Kuehn (March 05, 2008)  Of all the emotions we experience in our lives, anger seems to be one we all experience frequently in one way or another. When we think of an angry person we might picture someone getting loud or aggressive; or someone who is critical and mean. But anger is also expressed in other ways as in a person who is depressed and turns their anger inward. Or in a person who is afraid or .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management Strategies - Anger In Children, Is It Nature or Nurture?

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 Mike Hirn (March 05, 2008)  The number of children who display extremely poor anger management skills and a lack of impulse control is on the rise. Headlines about children murdering other children, committing school shootings, and killing their parents have led some people to wonder if some children just born bad. Or are these children merely victims of a poor-quality home environment? Are they a product of .. (Anger Management)

Release Anger - 4 Proven Tips to Let Go of Anger

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 Michael Lee (March 04, 2008)  Releasing your anger may be easier said than done, especially if your anger is so intense that forgetting about it is virtually impossible to do. Nevertheless, no matter how you justify your anger, you have to let your anger go. You have to cut the invisible black cord that connects you to the person you're angry with. This is for your own good. Anger begets more anger. It grows, .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management - Mature Ways Of Dealing With Anger

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 Mike Hirn (March 03, 2008)  If you have an angry personality and are someone who is easily provoked, the most important step in anger management is admitting this and taking responsibility for your behavior. Good anger management techniques allow angry people to keep their aggravation under control by learning strategies for dealing with the cues and triggers that lead to irritation and frustration. By being able . (Anger Management)

Anger Management and Causes of Anger - Changing for the Better

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 Mike Hirn (February 29, 2008)  Anger and anger management can both be learned behaviors. We tend to learn behaviors from those around us. If we have lived with people who express anger in negative ways, we are likely to use the same approach. The good news is that negative behaviors can be unlearned, and positive ones can be learned to replace them. The key to changing old, destructive patterns of angry behaviors .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management - Hot Buttons And How To Cool Them Off

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 Loren Gelberg-Goff (February 29, 2008)  Everyone one has those Damn hot buttons; things that set them off; that trigger reactions in their bodies that resemble explosions or implosions. People tend to be afraid of anger because of the destruction, damage, pain, suffering and guilt that goes along with it or follows in its aftermath. When your reactions to the things that cause you anger, stress or frustration lead to pain or .. (Anger Management)

Why Anger is a Waste of Time

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 Joanne Victoria (February 28, 2008)  Do you often find yourself consumed by anger? Do you wonder why there are so many people dealing with anger today? Anger issues arise as a result of supposed grievance to self, loved ones or your cultural or religious beliefs. Anger makes it difficult to create anything and it clouds ones’ mind. Anger is also irresponsible. Why are so many people dealing with anger? Why do people . (Anger Management)

Anger and Anger Management Skills In Young People

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 Mike Hirn (February 28, 2008)  School shootings, physical violence among families, friends, associates, and loved ones are proof that poor anger management is on the rise, especially in young people. Whether you blame the increase in anger-related crimes such as assault, murder, and rape on a lack of parental supervision, violence on television or video games, or other causes, the manifestations of poor anger .. (Anger Management)

Anger Help Management - Where to Get It

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 Michael Lee (February 27, 2008)  Anger help management comes very useful since habitual behavior is very difficult to treat or change. It would be better for individuals develop and maintain progress if they are properly monitored and handled by a support group or another individual. It can also be attained through a variety of ways, may it be through professional sources, support agencies, and loved ones. Classes for . (Anger Management)

Controlling Anger - 3 Ways to Manage Anger

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 Michael Lee (February 27, 2008)  If you feel like a volcano is about to explode in your head, get a grip on yourself and realize that there are at least three ways to control your anger: You can either express your anger, suppress it or calm yourself down. Whatever you choose, it will help you control your anger. Expressing your anger - Yes, go ahead, explode! Let go of that burning emotion inside your chest and let .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management Tips for Calming Down

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 Michael Lee (February 26, 2008)  You know you're only hurting yourself by being angry and yet you can't stop the feeling from boiling inside you. What do you do? Try anger management. Yes, you can do anger management even if it feels like a bomb is about to explode from deep inside you. First, whatever it is that's causing you to feel the urge to smash the face of someone, no matter how intense that feeling is, .. (Anger Management)

Anger Assessment

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 Norman Holden (February 26, 2008)  When emotions become overwhelming and we are unable to control them, this is the point where we have angry outbursts and our emotions can get out of control. In this situation we can be a threat, not only to others, but also to ourselves. If we know that we are prone to anger outbursts, then we should stand up, face the facts as they are, and evaluate our anger. When we are making the .. (Anger Management)

Is Your Life Being Damaged By Anger?

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 Kevin Sinclair (February 25, 2008)  Emotional energy is drained by anger. Mayhem is played upon your body and your relationship can be shattered. Anger does nothing to help you or the people surrounding you. Bitterness is more often than not a result of arguments, which are difficult to recover from. While allowances and forgiveness are something that people are willing to do, it is very often found very difficult to .. (Anger Management)

Top 5 Ways To Control Anger

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 Trevor Johnson (February 16, 2008)  You've heard about anger management but is it really possible to control your anger? By putting these easy to follow tips into practice, you should be able to gradually reduce your bouts of anger and become a person who people want to associate with again, rather than someone who blows their top at the slightest provocation and everyone avoids as much as possible. 1. Talk to someone If . (Anger Management)

The Value Of Your Anger

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 Kyle King (January 30, 2008)  Today was a challenging day for me. My youngest son was asked to leave his high school for poor grades. Consciously, I understand that he is a large part of the problem, regardless of his obvious learning “differences" (he has them, and it makes it tough for him) I still found myself harboring a sense of anger towards the teachers who, in essence, didn't reach him. The thought .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management Groups - How and Where To Join Them - A Simple Trick Reveals All

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 Eddy Kong (January 10, 2008)  Having suffering from mental disorder such as anger and behavioral disorder very de-moralized if you cannot find anyone to talk to, especially you are all alone. In fact, you are not alone in managing anger. If you are looking for a place that you can get the help that you need for your anger disorder problems, you may want to check out the various anger management groups that are in .. (Anger Management)

Is Anger Management Too Intricate?

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 Rich MacKenzie (January 03, 2008)  The uncontrolled anger in a person owes a lot to the scenario where he or she was born and brought up. A self-segregated mind, at times proves to be too reluctant to suppress the furious emotions even on the pins and needles of small stuff. In such people anger or fury is an outcome of depression. A revised thought has to be made when dealing with such cases, since anger management .. (Anger Management)

How To Improve Your Life With Anger Management?

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 Eddy Kong (December 11, 2007)  When it comes to controlling our temper or our anger, there are many ways to do it. Some people uses art, music, laughing or just by going to a retreat. However, there are 1 simple ways to control anger is to use simple anger management technique to control your anger emotion. What is actually anger? It is a natural emotion that can be controlled. When that happens, this emotion will .. (Anger Management)

Dealing With Anger Management

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 Crizza Reyes (December 05, 2007)  We all experienced those moments in which we feel completely out of control with frustrations. Perhaps you've thrown something across the room, screamed at someone uncontrollably or put your fist through a wall. Having this kind of experienced, most people react rationality out of their emotion. Unfortunately, the majority of people will lash out without thinking and then realize what .. (Anger Management)

Overcome Anger And Unleash The Champion Within

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 Sam Crowley (November 29, 2007)  Many people are senselessly robbed of positive life events and relationships because they say or do something when they are angry. Road rage situations that end in collisions are a premier example of how anger can cause us to do things that we would not do under other emotional circumstances. Unfortunately, even though anger is not a primary emotion, it often gives us a false sense of .. (Anger Management)

Solve Your Anger Problems With EFT

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 Mercedes Oestermann van Essen (August 30, 2007)  Anger, whether you are permanently feeling a latent anger, or experience sudden outbursts, anger is not on the wish list for most of us. Particularly when anger gets out of hand and you direct your anger and frustration towards your spouse, a colleague, or your children, creating bad feelings all round. Inevitably, once you calm down, anger turn into remorse and guilt . Now you are .. (Anger Management)

A Little Anger Can Be Challenging, Motivating - And Also Very Effective

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 Dennis Fisher (August 28, 2007)  It makes no difference whether you are self-employed, the owner of your own business, or whether you work for someone else. It is not important what your profession or job happens to be, there are bound to be incidents that make you so angry you are ready to explode! But because you know that anger can be very destructive emotion, you do your best to restrain yourself. You remain as .. (Anger Management)

Anger Management Techniques Can Help You Get Control of Your Life

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 Louis T Zhang (August 19, 2007)  There are myriad anger management techniques that can help adults, teens, and even children. Many people have issues with managing their anger effectively and being an angry and explosive person can have many negative impacts on the angry person as well as the people around him who are affected by his temper. Family members, friends, and coworkers generally do not respond well to angry . (Anger Management)

Self Help Methods Are Available To Take The Anger Out Of Your System

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 Marcus Jones (August 16, 2007)  It is not always easy for someone to control his or her anger, and the problem can often become serious enough to warrant looking about for an effective self help means to rectify the problem before it becomes more serious than it deserves to be. The number of people having anger management problems is many and if it were not for the fact that there are a number of different self help .. (Anger Management)

Why So Angry? Explore Reasons and Resolve Inner Issues

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 Paul Davis (August 02, 2007)  Have you ever been angry? Undoubtedly we all have. What you probably have not done however is ever take time to evaluate and explore the underlying reasons to your anger. That being said, without fully and truly knowing what it is that angers you, it makes it awfully difficult to curb future emotional outbursts of anger and control your inner world. Therefore it is most advantageous .. (Anger Management)

Lucy's Life In Her Own Words

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 Jeffrey Meier (July 28, 2007)  If any of you so care to have some sort of understanding of my life, watch the movie “One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest”. . . Jack Nicholson being the only sane person in an insane asylum. . . . I feel that this is my life. . . . but I guess being insane really just means against the norm, so maybe I am the crazy one if I think that everyone else is crazy. . . The .. (Anger Management)

Control Anger and Negativity by Recognizing the Negative Energy of the Pain-Body

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 Judy Braley (July 19, 2007)  This article is a personal story of how I have come to understand both my anger and the inner negative energy of someone very close to me. Through sharing this story I hope to help others who struggle with negative emotions without a clear understanding of why. I have someone I'll call Alex who is very close to me in my life and who is one of the few people who can really push my .. (Anger Management)

Responding to a Student Who is Raging

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 Steven Paglierani (July 17, 2007)  Let's start with this. Obviously, if someone rages in a classroom, most of those present will go into shock. Including the teacher. Thus, even if a teacher has been trained in handling violence in a classroom, his or her access to these responses will in all likelihood be limited. The thing to remember here is the idea, “that which you resist persists. " In other words, any .. (Anger Management)

Love, Anger and Forgiveness - How To Let Go And Be Emotionally Free Once And For All

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 William DeFoore (June 14, 2007)  Anger and forgiveness seem to be opposites, and in many ways they are. You may be surprised to learn, however, that they have a lot in common. If you make anger the “bad guy, " you just won't get to the forgiving part. Anger has to be fully understood and released before you get to move on to the freedom of forgiveness. Forgiveness has to be fully understood before you can let go . (Anger Management)




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