Your anger management resource is right there inside you, and I'm going to help you make good use of it. When you're angry, you're looking outside yourself, at that person or those people that you just can't control.
You can't get all of those people to "act right," so let's look at what you can do. You can get smarter and stronger in how you deal with your anger, so that it works for you, not against you.
You are your own anger management resource, and you've got what it takes to deal with your emotions in successful ways.
What does anger have to do with being smart? A lot. Unhealthy anger shuts down the smart part of your brain, and healthy anger gives you more brain power, and makes you strong.
This anger management resource inside you is your good sense and good heart working together.
You will find everything you need right here to deal with your own anger issues, and to deal with angry people around you--adults and kids alike.
If you don't find what you need on this page, just do a search at the top right.
How do I know that you have a good heart? Because you're here, reading this. You wouldn't be on this site looking for help if you didn't want things to be better. I also know your heart is good because of my professional experience.
I've seen thousands of folks heal from their anger management issues, anxiety and depression. I watch them going deeper into who they really are, into their compassionate, loving heart and their basic good sense. This happens again and again, no matter how angry or upset the person was when they first started counseling.
Everyone has anger, but it's not always a problem. Anger management problems may show up if:
I'm Dr. William DeFoore, and I have 40+ years of experience as a professional counselor, author and speaker on anger management, healthy anger and related topics. I believe in the unlimited capacity of each human being to overcome their problems and reach all of their goals.
OK, let's get started. Follow the links on this page, or do a search for the answers you need. No problem is too big for you to overcome. You can do this!
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