Anger can cause real damage when it gets out of control, but these techniques can help us prevent that. We all know how destructive “wildfire” anger can be. The good news is that a suite of skills and practices—collectively known as anger management—can help us manage, limit, and even learn from our anger. The techniques are straightforward, but the details matter. This article is a great place to familiarize yourself with the basics.
Verywellmind.com does it again! Amy Morin’s article is more than a list of strategies—though they are terrific, and clearly explained. It’s also a great introduction to anger management.
If you or a Loved One suffers from excessive anger, you know how awful it can be. At its worst, anger can feel like a burning maze we’re lost in, flailing and striking out, never finding the exit.
But usually there is an exit—to a place where the suffering’s reduced, if not eliminated—and it’s absolutely worth it to find our way. Again, this is an excellent starting point. Check it out.