Many anger management class studens can trace their ongoing anger or low self-esteem to being bullied as a child. This awareness leads to healing and becomes a tool for better anger management.
Archive: January 2011
One of the skills taught in a anger Management class is to keep our expectations realistic. When our expectations are not based in reality, we set ourselves up for disappointment and anger.
“Who would have thought it would be so hard to please a 9 year old and a 5 year old at the same time.”
Other feelings hiding behind our anger might be guilt, shame, fear, sadness, and jealousy just to name a few. Can you identify your hidden feelings? In my anger management course we learn to identify these underlying feelings even though it can be quite the struggle.
This workshop is designed for couple’s that are interested in enhancing their relationship through the use of practical therapeutic tools and communication skills.
During a recent anger management class we discussed the importance of learning to self regulate your mood under distress.
As you know, these issues not only affect the individual, but the whole family unit as well – and our show’s Licensed Family Therapist, Dr. Tara Fields (as seen on Oprah, Dr. Phil and CNN) wants to help!!! Dr. Tara Fields knows that especially in these tough economic times, a lot of families are struggling but don’t know where to turn…and this heart-warming show will be devoted to lending a helping hand to the families who need it.
This is why what of much we teach in an anger management class is how to keep anger from progressing. Maintaining a sense of self-awareness is critical when managing anger.
If you have been working with an anger management group or in individual therapy this is the most ideal time to set a clear and SMART goal for your healing journey.