All anger (in adults & children alike is unexpressed pent up emotions & feelings)Understanding & identifying the hidden drivers to start to deal with this extreme fight or flight response. The anger iceberg.
Here are some guidelines to manage stress and anger before it hurts your relationships. Learning to recognize the difference between healthy anger and destructive anger is the first step. Click the image to read more.
ANGER_Chart showing four categories of anger escalation, from healthy to extreme. Everyone has anger, the important thing is whether it takes over and rules you, or whether you stay in charge with your wisdom and good heart.
Using your non-dominant hand to do habitual tasks for two weeks can help calm your temper. Studies show people with anger issues also lack self-control, which can be strengthened like a muscle, and the annoyance of doing things with the wrong hand.