Anger Management Certification Article on Intoxication and Anger

Any type of emotion can be enhanced when drunk or intoxicated.  Anger is no exception and in many cases displays itself in destructive ways when drinking occurs.  Fights, abuse, and aggression are all associated with excessive drinking due to the lack of inhibitions that occurs while intoxicated.  Fueled with enhance emotions, it can be a dangerous combination.

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The article, “How Does Alcohol Use Interact With Anger?” by Bernard Golden looks at how alcohol and anger come together during intoxication.  He states,

“Consuming alcohol can serve as a distraction from a range of negative feelings, including anger. And all too often, as in Ryan’s case, it reflects displacement, directing anger toward a target that is not the source of an individual’s original anger. Under the influence of alcohol, those already predisposed toward anger may vent or, more seriously, direct their anger toward a target that might be experienced as less threatening than the original target.”

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Anger Management Consulting Program Article on Helping Children With Anger

Anger is natural and with kids it needs to be directed and channeled properly.  If not anger can become rage later in life.  It is important for parents to teach self discipline regarding emotional outbursts and reward good behavior.  It is also important that they set good examples in how they react to stress and frustration.

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The article, “14 proven techniques to help your child get control of their anger” by Kimberly Yavorski looks at ways parents can help their children manage their anger.  She states,

“Be aware of your own anger. Studies show that parental emotions influence their children. If you think you don’t exhibit anger often, pay attention to how many times you yell or otherwise show anger (maybe keep a journal), noting what triggers it and how you react (yelling, punching the wall, hitting the steering wheel).”

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Anger Management Consulting Article on Controlling Anger with Employees

Anger is a two sided street in business.  Managers and employers need to show constraint in how they react to employees.  Some employees may cause irritations and cause legal issues and it is important that managers and employers understand how to properly deal with these situations but in a mature and controlled manner.  Anger Management is key in controlling emotions when looking to fire someone or discipline someone.  Emotions can make it personal and this needs to be avoided.

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The article, “Anger Management: What’s That Have to do With Employment Legal Issues?” by Bill Nolan looks deeper at anger issues in dealing with employees and legal issues surrounding it.  The article states,

“The emotions are normal. But there is not much point in you paying what you have to pay for legal advice just to have the lawyer tell you what you want to hear, especially what you want to hear when you’re understandably upset. How has the lawyer seen it play out before? Are there bad case scenarios you need to be considering? How likely are they?  So by all means, get your frustrations off your chest, then take a deep breath and invite some candid input on your choices and next steps.”

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Anger Management Consulting Program Article on Tips to Manage Anger

Things that make someone angry may be trivial or monumental but they cannot be ignored and allowed to fester within.  If they are, then an individual will slowly begin to build up tension which is not healthy mentally or physically.  It is important to acknowledge anger but find a healthy way to express it

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The article, “10 Ways to Let Go of Anger (Without Ignoring It)” by Patia Braithwaite looks at some ways one can let go of anger in a more healthy fashion.  She states,

“Anger is a reaction to a perceived threat, which means it can trigger our fight-or-flight response. When you’re angry, your body releases cortisol, adrenaline, and other hormones that can impact things like perspiration, heart rate, and blood flow, the American Psychological Association (APA) explains. Much like chronic stress, persistent anger can eventually lead to increased risks of hypertension, heart disease, ulcers, and bowel diseases. So while harnessed anger can be a powerful catalyst for action (think: activism), when anger controls you, it can harm your health”

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With so many negative effects on healthy and social interactions due to anger, it is important to know how to release it but in a positive and healthy way.  Learning to manage anger is a life skill that can improve one’s life and possibly prevent great harm to one’s future.

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Anger Management Consulting Program Article on Exercise and Anger

When stressed and we become angry, we usually seek to fight or maybe even flee.  These are our basic instincts.  When we are unable to allow emotion to burst out, and due to social graces, are forced to restrain ourselves, our body internally suffers.  We cannot yell and scream or hit someone when angry, but later we can release the natural emotion and energy through exercise.  Certain exercises can reduce stress and anger.

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The article, “Does exercise help with anger? This is how a workout can release frustration” by Chloe Gray looks at how we can utilize healthy exercise to deal with unresolved anger.  She states,

“The fact that there is a positive outlet for this anger is great news that is scientifically backed. In a study of 3,403 participants by Stockholm University, people who exercised at least two to three times a week were found to experience significantly less depression, anger, cynical distrust and stress. As well as having long term effects on our emotions, exercise can immediately impact our anger too: a 2016 study by the German Sport University in Cologne found a significant reduction of aggressive feelings after both rowing and combat exercise.”

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Anger Management Consulting Article on Anger and Kids

Children need to learn at a young age how to control emotions, especially anger.  A child who does not learn to control anger can become a destructive adult with numerous issues with the law and society.  Hence an important aspect of parenting is properly teaching a child how to control anger.  Sometimes reprimands need to be more strict but there are also  numerous other ways to teach a child coping mechanisms to control anger.

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The article, “:Anger Management for Kids: 7 Healthy Ways to Deal with Explosive Feelings” by Emma Singer looks at how children can learn how to cope with their anger.  She states,

“When you’re dealing with an angry kid, it can be hard for even the most even-keeled parents to keep their cool as things start to spiral out of control. And on some level, you kind of get where they’re coming from. Adults are able to maintain at least a modicum of composure when mad, thanks to years of practice at recognizing and coping with the familiar feeling.”

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Anger Management Consulting Article on Misplaced Anger

Anger can build up over time.  Individuals who do not express it in a healthy way find themselves in a count down to explosion.  Many times, the anger that is vented is towards those who did not do anything to deserve the tirade.  Misplaced anger is a big issue especially during the pandemic and social unrest within the United States.  With so much anger, it is easy for misplaced anger to fall upon family and friends.  It is important to not let other stressors and angers build up and overflow into other aspects of one’s life.

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The article, “Misplaced Anger: Why You Have It, What to Do About It” by Markheim Heid looks at the phenomenon of misplaced anger.  He states,

“The phenomenon of ‘displaced aggression’ helps explain why your accumulated anger during the pandemic can spill out into real-world interactions”

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Misplaced anger can have many reasons why its manifested.  Anger towards the intended target not being around, such as a politician, or anger over something else that builds up and pushes one to yell or scream at someone who just wants our attention.  It is important not to misdirect anger and when we do, to quickly apologize and fix the situation.  Please also review our Anger Management Consulting Program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.

 

Anger Management Consulting Program Article on Anger and Men

Anger is not just an male issue but it is an important issue that men must acknowledge.  Men with their natural strength and role in the family need to assert control in how they handle their affairs in life.   Most men as head of families need to set examples but also must restrain their natural strength.  Anger can lead to bad example as well as domestic violence to women and children.  Fear can emerge among children and women when a man loses complete control.  Despite modern gender norms and attempts to neutralize roles according to gender, one cannot deny the natural reality of this.  This is why it is so important to identify male anger.

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The article, “How to Manage Your Anger” by Ed Virgin looks at anger and how to identify and control it.  He states,

“Anger is a natural reaction to certain challenging or frustrating situations; however, if you suspect that your anger exceeds the realm of normal, you may have an anger problem. If you are unsure how to characterize your anger, there are a few identifiers that can help you determine if your anger is problematic.”

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