Anger Management is learning to release or express your Anger in POSITIVE ways instead of NEGATIVE ways.
emotions of anger
How to Learn Anger Management in 15 Easy, Life-changing Steps – Part 3b
The next step to understanding your anger is realizing how you developed these habits. Most of our anger tendencies were developed in childhood. These reactions then became deeply embedded responses due to years of practicing. Children tend to react on impulse. They do not reason out the long-term implications...
How to Learn Anger Management in 15 Life changing, Easy Steps! Part 3
As children, we responded to anger with impulsive behavior. Since our higher levels of thinking had not yet developed, we expressed this behavior in simple, automatic reactions. Maybe you cried, yelled, bit, hit, ran away, or pouted, but your reaction was straightforward and quick. As a young toddler, you...
Anger Management: Part 2 – Emotion of Anger
Anger is a feeling. It is not good or bad. Instead, it is a natural response to a situation. Your anger is giving you a message. It is trying to tell you that there is something going on in the current situation that you don’t like.