Anger is a normal human emotion. Uncontrolled anger can cause you problems at work, with the law, in your relationships and your health. Poor communicating your feelings of sadness, stress, shame, anxiety, hurt, guilt, low self-esteem or expecting that things and people should turn up or behave the way you expect cause anger to escalate. Anger is usually expressed in abusive behaviours: shouting, swearing, aggression to self and others, withdrawal, use of alcohol or drugs, creating fear, stress, health conditions like high blood pressure. You can learn how to manage your anger constructively.
Couselling for anger management helps you to learn:
- Why you get angry.
- Early warning sign.
- What sets off your anger.
- How to communicate and relate effectively and assertively.
- How to change negative and wrong thinking patterns.