Free Anger Classes

One out of five  people in the U.S. have an anger management problem. Anger is a natural human emotion and is nature’s way of empowering us to “ward off” our perception of an attack or threat to our well being. The problem is not anger; the problem is the mismanagement of anger. Mismanaged anger and rage is the major cause of conflict

in our personal and professional relationships. Domestic abuse, road rage, workplace violence, divorce, and addiction are just a few examples of what happens when anger is mismanaged.

Understand your anger ( for effective anger management)

Anger itself isn’t bad. Expressed appropriately, anger can be healthy. It can help protect you from dangerous situations, energize you to resolve prANGER MANAGEMENToblems or lead to socio-cultural reforms, for instance.

This program is designed to teach you anger management skills, stress management skills, effective communication skills, and to enhance your emotional intelligence.

  • Anger – you will learn what anger is, what causes it, and the heavy costs of anger.
  • Stress – you will learn what stress is, and skills to recognize and manage it.
  • Communication – you will learn skills to improve your communication with others.
  • Emotional intelligence – you will learn skills to create positive outcomes in your relationships with others and yourself.

What Are Your Anger Cues?

The human body has natural responses when it experiences anger. These “anger cues” can alert you to when you begin to feel angry. Discerning your own anger cues and being aware of the signs of anger in others can help you avoid trouble.

There are all sorts of anger-provoking situations, more anger management information that might be useful in working through anger-related issues. Some people become mad or angry when they are frustrated, when something doesn’t work out the way they planned or they failed to succeed after giving their all, circumstances like these may cause a person to become frustrated. This frustration may lead to anger which can then spin off into a whole list of negative consequences.

: Free Anger Management Program