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Experiencing anger is a normal reaction. Expressing anger in a constructive fashion can be helpful to both yourself and others. However, when an expression of anger causes extreme emotions and unhealthy behavior it is important to determine if you have an anger management problem.
Five Anger Warning Signs:
1. Losing Control:
Responding with physical and verbal aggression that causes others to fear you. When you look back you regret what you said and did.
2. Regular Occurrence:
Frustrating circumstances are resulting in almost daily outbursts of anger. The more often you become angry, the more likely anger has become an unhealthy personal habit.
3. Relationships Hurt:
If others avoid confronting you with important issues as a result of past heated exchanges, Your anger has harmed essential relationships.
4. Long Periods of Rage:
Thinking and talking about a frustrating experience. If you find yourself preoccupied with thoughts of vengeance and hate, You are not controlling your anger. Your anger is controlling you!
5. Physical Symptoms:
After angry outburst you have headaches, stomach problems and intense physical tension. These are symptoms of stress and can result in serious medical problems.
Experiencing these anger warning signs is an indication you may very well have an anger management problem. Anger is learned. Everyone can develop skills to respond to provocation calmly.
Brief anger management therapy will improve the quality of your life.