Anger is a natural emotion but controlling it key. Anger can be justified or unjustified but when it is out of control, it is dangerous regardless of the circumstances. It is important to control anger in life and limit its ability to hurt us physically.
The article, “Managing Anger: Tips, Techniques, and Tools” by Tchlkl Davis looks at how to cope and control anger. She states,
“Many negative emotions—emotions like sadness, shame, or fear—make us want to run and hide. But not anger. Anger makes us want to approach—to fight or confront our enemies. That makes anger a unique negative emotion”
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Anger is an important emotion in our life and it has its purposes but when it is misused or when it is constant it can multiple negative effects not just on our health but also our social life with others and our possible freedom from imprisonment.
Please also review AIHCP’s Anger Management Training Program and see if it meets your academic and professional goals. The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification in Anger Management