Anger is most of the time a very normal and healthy expression of frustration and although this emotion has had very bad press lately, it is important to remember that it can be a necessary response to verbal or physical attack and will channel instinctive responses to specific situations to protect from perceived real danger.
When anger becomes the habitual response to every frustration that life and living with others impose on us, it has become chronic, unhealthy and uncontrolled.
Learning to manage your anger is an important aspect of improving your relationships: with yourself…and with others.
Learn immediate strategies to contain your anger and understand its roots .
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