Anger Problems
What Kind Do You Have?




Anger problems don't have to ruin your life. Whether it's you, your spouse, your child or an associate, there are steps you can take to restore peace and harmony to your world.

A lot of people don't know about small problems with anger, only big ones. The thing is, small problems can and usually do lead to big ones. small anger problems

So, the best thing you can do is look for the early warning signs of anger management problems, and act sooner than later.

Noticing the small things can help, even if you're having big anger related issues. That way you can be proactive and preventive, instead of reactive.



How To Know If Your Anger Problems Are Big Or Small


Either way, you need to know about the warning signs of small anger problems, to prevent them from getting big.

First, let's look at "big" anger control problems. You know they're no longer small when:

  • You've lost relationships because of your anger

  • You have health problems from the chronic stress

  • You have been abusive to others with your anger

  • Other people are scared of you

  • You have been in trouble with the authorities because of your anger

When the problems are that big, you're still not a lost cause. As a matter of fact, as long as you're breathing, you're not a lost cause.

If one or more of the above describes you, take some positive action now.

If you would like to prevent things from continuing to get this bad, keep reading to learn about preventing anger problems.



How To Keep Small Problems From Getting Big


The funny thing about small anger control problems is that you probably don't even think of them as anger at all.

Learn more about this when you take our anger test. When you read the different answers on each question, you will see the levels of anger.

Now let's look at the small anger problems, and how you can keep them from getting big:

  • You have a negative attitude about another person, or other people, most of the time.

  • You are frustrated and/or irritated a lot of the time, or all of the time.

  • You think other people are stupid, or "just don't get it."

  • You are short-tempered and irritable with people who serve you in restaurants and other establishments.

  • You raise your voice and/or close doors too hard a lot of time.

There are a lot of other examples, but you get the idea here. Frustration, irritation and a critical attitude toward others are examples of small anger problems, that can easily feed into bigger ones.

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Healthy Ways to Control and Express Anger

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You can gain the control you want. Understand yourself, your anger and how to manage it successfully with these tools, available as a CD, audio download or Ebook. Get to the underlying causes of your anger here, to solve your problem once and for all.

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