Counting the cost of uncontrolled anger

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  If you are undecided about whether or not you need to do something to help you control your anger, it might be helpful to have a look at what your anger is costing you. Uncontrolled anger can end up being costly, in several different areas of your life, including the following: Relationship costs If… Read more »

What are the Dangers of Suppressed Anger?

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If you live in the Glasgow area did you know that counselling can help you with suppressed anger just as much as anger, which is out of control? Read on to find out more. Are you emotionally stuffed? Full of anger that sits in your belly, stiffens your neck, or regularly ruins your mood? If… Read more »

How to Keep Your Sanity While Dealing with an Angry Partner

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Are you drained from being the target of your angry partner’s criticism, complaints, and rage? How many times have you been embarrassed by your partner’s unpredictable outbursts or exasperated by his or her dramatic retreat into sullen silent treatment? Do you find yourself matching your partner’s snarky and sarcastic tone or avoiding contact when his… Read more »

Do You Really Need Anger Management?

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Sometimes clients will come to see me believing that they have an anger management issue. However, after further exploration, it sometimes turns out that anger is not the real issue but a symptom of something else. Anger is sometimes referred to as a secondary emotion, in certain circumstances. Basically, this means that while it is… Read more »

Anger Management: When Counting to Ten Won’t Work

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Counting to ten is a nice idea– when anger wants to play nice! Unfortunately, when your anger is triggered, the only counting you’re inclined to do is a countdown…10,9,8,7…Right before you explode. Anger is fine when you need to fight back, protect, and defend. But your anger needs to be managed, however, if your fights… Read more »