If you find that you have excessive anger or have difficulty expressing yourself which often leads to you becoming angry resulting in negative consequences, you will benefit from anger management.
If when you express your anger it causes you or your loved one’s harm this is another sign that you need to address your anger issues. The emotional symptoms associated with people who suffer from managing their anger are depression, anxiety, social isolation, paranoia, frustration and lack of sleep.
Through anger management you learn to understand that there’s nothing wrong with the emotion of anger it is the behaviour that you use to response to the anger is the problem. There are often underlying issues that can lead to issues with controlling anger such as a childhood trauma, depression, anxiety and other mental health problems. You will learn to develop more effective coping skills to deal with your anger replacing anger outbursts with a more effective way of coping which in hand leads to a more positive outcome reducing the negative consequences once experienced.