Anger Management


Anger may or may not be life threatening but it can definitely be detrimental to your relationships with your family, friends and work colleagues. Anger can often lead to hurdles in many aspects of life, like holding a job or maintaining and establishing relationships and is even harmful to your physical well being. This can become increasingly frustrating and can complicate situations around you. Causes of Anger Anger most commonly arises as a defensive mechanism protecting our selves from something we perceive to be traumatic or painful. Some people have grown up watching others deal with their issues through the use of aggression or anger and it has been programmed into their mind that this is the way to deal with tough times – when in actual fact there are better and constructive constructive ways to express these emotions. Anger can also arise after traumatic events such as a death of a loved one, divorce or prolonged periods of extreme stress. It is quite normal for one to exude these negative emotions when times or circumstances are bad; but at a certain point they may become harmful to people around you and destructive to your own wellbeing. Types of anger Anger is generally divided into two categories – passive and aggressive. Passive anger can be acting secretive, psychologically manipulating those around you, avoiding obvious conflict or blaming the self. Aggressive anger is more related to society’s conventional view of anger – destroying objects, violence, bullying others, being selfish, showing off or not trusting others. Neither type of anger is worse than the other. Both types of anger can be utilized for the same reasons and to achieve the same thing. Learning to manage and work with anger in a more constructive and healthy way is crucial for living a more relaxed and enjoyable life.t. For elaborate details call us on 91 98270 36565