Anger management

Think about the people in your family. Are you close? Are there people in your family with whom you are angry? Has a rift been created in your family because of poor communication or serious anger issues? If you are married or in a significant relationship, has your partner suffered from your anger? If you are not in a relationship, why did it end? Choose a relationship in your life in which you and the other person have been angry with each other. Think about the interactions you have had with that person. Write about the relationship in detail, paying particular attention to the angry interactions you have had with him or her. Have you said or done things you regret? Are there certain patterns to your conversations or arguments? Is this someone with whom you live or have other relationships in common? Is your anger with that person causing indirect harm to another? Think about what you would need to do to stop being angry with this person. Could you forgive them? Could you let go of the anger you are holding onto?
The answer is YES.

Anger triggers the fight response, of the body. Other emotions that trigger this response include fear, excitement and anxiety. The adrenal glands flood the body with stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol.

The constant flood of stress chemicals and associated metabolic changes that go with recurrent unmanaged anger can eventually cause harm to many different systems of the body.

Some of the short-term health problems:
•headache
•digestion problems, such as •abdominal pain
•insomnia
•increased anxiety
Some of the long-term health problems:
•depression
•high blood pressure
•skin problems, such as •eczema
•heart attack
•stroke.

What to expect during therapy:

1. A cognitive awareness is brought to the client regarding his triggers and coping mechanisms.

2. Behavioral techniques are taught.

3. The client gets a profound understanding about the core issue that’s driving the anger.

4. The client is able to identify limiting self beliefs and postulates which are running as a program in the subconscious mind.

5. The client gains back his self-control and self-confidence.

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