Family, friends and spouses can all become angry with each other. It is natural. It is important though to overcome intense anger and what one says during a fight or argument. Words said in a moment of rage can cause deep wounds in a loved one. Hence it is important to manage on’s anger and watch the words that may come out of one’s mouth. Knowing how to avoid mean ways of expression and how to walk away is an important skill.
Anger Management skills teach one how to deal with confrontation and arguments. It teaches one what to say when angry and how to avoid escalating the argument.
The article, “What To Say When You’re Really Angry With Your Partner (And Responses That Make Things Worse)” by Jeremy Brown reviews what we should or not say during an argument with a spouse. He states,
“Anger can be an all-consuming emotion. How one manifests anger can take different forms. Some yell, others go silent, still others freak out. It may feel impossible to control.”
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Please also review our Anger Management Training and learn how to guide others in controlling their anger.
It is so important ultimately to control one’s words but it is also important to learn how to communicate anger and frustration is a healthy and non emotionally harmful way