When your anger has been the cause of lost relationships, jobs, friends, self-esteem or has cost you emotional pain, it is time to consider learning new ways to express anger.
Archive: March 2011
Many of our anger management clients are sent by the courts because in a moment of unmanaged anger, they “reacted” rather than “responded”. They allowed their angry feelings get the best of them. Nowhere is body language more important then in a Court of Law.
There is a direct correlation to the way one manages stress and how one manages anger. Stress occurs when the number of demands we have in our life are greater than the number of resources we have to cope with those demands.
Whichever of these it might actually be, the common denominator is stress. It’s important to remember that we encounter all sorts of stressors throughout our day that affect our mood and reactions. Becoming aware of what these stressors are can help us manage our anger more effectively.
In addition to weekly groups in five Southern California locations and individual coaching sessions the anger management education center offers anger management workshops and seminars for corporations.
Using relaxation techniques is essential to helping individuals in anger management make better decisions as it helps individuals navigate the stormy seas of life and lowers the responsiveness to anger triggers and thus raises the anger threshold.
Forgiveness is letting go of anger and not allowing anger to control us. It allows us to use anger management more effectively and gives us the ability to move on and take control over our emotions.