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Anger is a,
completely normal,
usually healthy,
human emotion.


But when it gets out of control and
turns destructive, it can lead to
problems—problems at work, in your
personal relationships, and in the
overall quality of your life.

It can make you feel as though you're
at the mercy of an unpredictable and
powerful emotion.


What is Anger?

The Nature of Anger:


Anger is "an emotional state that varies
in intensity from mild irritation to
intense fury and rage,".

Like other emotions, it is accompanied by
physiological and biological changes;

when you get angry, your heart rate and
blood pressure go up, as do the levels
of your energy hormones, adrenaline,
and noradrenaline.

Anger can be caused by both external and
internal events. You could be angry at a
specific person (Such as a coworker or
supervisor) or event (a traffic jam, a
canceled flight), or your anger could be
caused by worrying or brooding about your
personal problems.

Memories of traumatic or enraging events
can also trigger angry feelings.



American Psychological Association
http://www.apa.org/




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The term anger management commonly refers
to a system of psychological therapeutic
techniques and exercises by which someone
with excessive or uncontrollable anger can
control or reduce the triggers, degrees,
and effects of an angered emotional state.



Some techniques
for controlling
anger are:

Stop Talking,
Stop Staring,
Leave the Room.


Finding agreement with the other
party, no matter how small, is
important such as "You are right,
I am inconsiderate so will help
clean up".

Note that the word inconsiderate
could have been part of a much
larger argumentative statement.

Healthy adults need to be able to hint,
to use, or to pretend "anger": either
management or mismanagement (or both),
as is appropriate. Competent teachers,
law-enforcement, and other authority
figures are especially skilled in anger
management.

Teams of such practitioners may decide
beforehand or in real-time, to play
"Good-Bad Cop" roles.



WIKIPEDIA
THE FREE ENCYCLOPEDIA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anger_management




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All About Life Challenges
http://www.allaboutlifechallenges.org/

American Psychological Association
http://www.apa.org/

Anger management AU
http://www.angermanagement.com.au/

Anger Management Providers
http://www.angermanagementproviders.com/

Anger Management Techniques
http://www.anger-management-techniques.org/

Education World
http://www.educationworld.com/

HABIT SMART
http://www.habitsmart.com/

HELP SELF
http://www.helpself.com/

MENTAL HELP
http://www.mentalhelp.net/

Protecting Your Children - A Guide to Gangs
http://www.datehookup.com/content-protecting-your-childrena-guide-to-gangs.htm

PSYCHOLOGY HELP
http://www.psychologyhelp.com/

Safe Youth.org
http://www.safeyouth.org/



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