Anger is a normal emotion-who hasn’t felt annoyance when something doesn’t go the way we want, or when people don’t meet our expectations?
At times we might feel anger towards ourselves when we behave in way that disappoints us. Anger can be an expression of other emotions: hurt, frustration, fear, embarrassment. Anger isn’t always a problem but can become one when the way we express it negatively impacts on our relationships, our work, how we behave in public, our health.
Learning how to manage your anger will help you to recognise your triggers, manage your arousal so you can respond more calmly, better communicate your concerns with others and manage other emotions associated with your anger more effectively. If you would like assistance to learn how to manage anger more effectively contact Louise Morrow to arrange an appointment.