We all experience anger from time to time. It is a healthy reaction to the feeling of fear and it is an emotion that is a direct response to our ‘fight or flight instinct. It should actually receive a little more credit for its ability to have secured our survival as human beings. However, it is not the feeling of a small annoyance, but how often of how extreme that that emotion manifests that determines whether or not it is actually a growing problem.
Anger can stem from the feelings of being deprived of something or have been dealt an injustice by others. Have you ever felt that something just was uncalled for, or unfair? It can also result from feeling mistreated or root in unresolved trauma that can lead us to over-generalise and label ourselves as well as others.
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Anger is frightening to witness and frightening to experience when it leads to losing control. Get help to get control.