Anger Management




  • Experience more inner peace daily and no more fighting with yourself and others
  • State your concerns and needs clearly and directly, without hurting others or trying to control them
  • Get in control of your negative emotions and create the actual results you want in your life
  • Stop wanting to control the situation and find the power in controlling your response and attitude towards the situation instead
  • Learn the art of making deliberate and conscious choices throughout the day
  • Overcome your feelings of rage, resentment, anger, irritation, frustration and aggression
  • Gain back control of your actions and experience more harmonious relationships


Some physical signs of anger include:


  • clenching your jaws or grinding your teeth
  • stomach aches, fatigue
  • increased and rapid heart rate
  • sweating, especially your palms
  • feeling hot in the neck/face
  • shaking or trembling
  • dizziness, tingling
  • headaches
  • heart palpitations or tightening of the chest
  • increased blood pressure

Emotionally you may feel:



  • like you want to get away from the situation
  • irritated
  • sad or depressed
  • guilty
  • resentful
  • anxious
  • like striking out verbally or physically
  • judgemental
  • vengeful
  • frustrated

Also, you may notice that you are:


  • rubbing your head
  • cupping your fist with your other hand
  • pacing
  • getting sarcastic
  • losing your sense of humour
  • acting in an abusive or abrasive manner
  • craving a drink, a smoke or other substances that relax you
  • raising your voice
  • beginning to yell, scream or cry

What Are the Signs of an Anger Management Problem?


Name-calling                                                                                                                                Criticizing, belittling and putting down

Lack of patience                                                                                                                           Irritability and short temper

Blaming everyone and everything else                                                                                     People avoid you

When you get angry you shut down or withdraw                                                                   Frequently experience negative thoughts

Others experience you as a Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde personality                                            Often ponder aggressive acts of violence

Often feel misunderstood and like no one “gets” you                                                            Act out in violence first, without thinking of the consequences

Domestic violence, fist fights, aggressive driving and road rage                                          Break or destroy objects when you become angry or frustrated

Use violence and screaming to control others and force them to submit                          Enjoy violent and dramatic situations


Become easily frustrated with other people and the world around you

Frequently find yourself in a situation where you become confrontational and violent

Lose relationships or prefer to live in tumultuous relationships that are chaotic and fraught with argument

Refuse to accept that you have an anger issue that is out of control which requires anger management therapy

Never feel fully satisfied with anything that you have and constantly blame those around you for your own issues

Partner, kids, family members and people are afraid to talk to you. They  feel like they’re walking on eggshells around you

Display acts of road rage by yelling and screaming at other drivers when driving and blaming other drivers on the road for your feelings

Verbal abuse including temper tantrums, verbal rage reactions, bullying, intimidation and browbeating (to intimidate with abusive words)

Have been reprimanded at your workplace or day job in the past for acting out of control and above the rules, due to your inability to control your temper

Passive-aggressive behaviour includes a pattern of sarcasm and deliberate emotional neglect or coldness towards loved ones (better known as the silent treatment)


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