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Does your temper flare up quite often? Do you experience difficulty controlling your anger? Do you think your anger could hurt yourself as well as others? Then you probably need anger management. Anger is an unbridled emotion that could lead to incessant amount of damage if not managed. We all experience anger but management of anger is a healthy way of controlling our natural instincts.
Here are some signs that will help you understand if you have an anger problem or not:
- Do you find yourself often getting into arguments with your family, friends, or acquaintances? Most common issues quickly and frequently escalate.
- Do you frequently have problems with the law? E.g. driving rage.
- Do you find yourself holding in feelings of anger? Some anger is not expressed openly.
- Are you able to control your anger in anger provoking situations? E.g. someone being very rude to you.
- Do you notice bodily signs when being angry? Like teeth grinding, headaches, clenching of the fists, increased heart rate, redness of the face, feeling hot, etc.
- Does your relationship bear the brunt of your anger?
- Do people in your lives end up hurt emotionally or physically after your outburst?
- Do you regret your behaviour post your outburst?
- Do you damage, break or destroy objects in the fit of your anger?
- Does anger make you look at the world negatively?
- Do you consume alcohol or any other drugs? Due to anger issues you end up consuming more alcohol and drugs.
If you’ve identified with the above signs it is time you sought help for anger management. Not just for your overall wellbeing but also the wellbeing of your friends and family. Here are a few benefits of seeking anger management and how it can help you in the following ways:
- Learning strategies to control as well as manage your anger and your responses.
- Gaining an insight to understanding the causes and triggers of your anger.
- Understanding the reason behind you anger.
- Learning constructive and adaptive ways of expressing your anger.
- Developing an ability to be mindful about your action to a anger provoking situation
- Developing an ability to stop yourself in a anger provoking situation.
- Improving your relationships with your friends, family and loved ones.
The consequences of your ill temper have far reaching effects; by not seeking for anger management it can destroy your wellbeing and relationships with others in your life. Don’t let your anger define and make choices for you. Take control of your life. Get help from our expert psychologists now, call on +919741476476 or log on to www.cadabamshospitals.com.