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It is a very good idea to draw up a written contract detailing the things you agree to practice in the course of your... see more

People who have difficulty being assertive often also have difficulty making requests. Angry people can be particularly... see more

Depending on your needs, you may choose to work with a counselor or counseling group to get control of your anger, or you... see more

This discussion describes common anger management techniques. These techniques will not produce results if you use them... see more

As a social emotion, anger is experienced through communication. Angry people tend to have distinct communication... see more

Even if you are justified in feeling angry about a situation, it is not okay to simply attack the target of your anger.... see more

This resource highlights and explains 6 different exercises to help one control anger.

Whether you choose to pursue your anger management program in private (not recommended) or work in the context of a class... see more

While you are working to overcome your anger problem, you are likely to experience times when you relapse back into... see more

As our culture has an uneasy relationship with anger expression, many people are brought up to think that it is... see more

It is not always a choice to participate in an anger management program. More and more, courts are willing to require... see more

A behavioral intervention team (BIT) is a multi-disciplinary group whose purpose is meeting regularly to support its... see more

We have described a number of techniques for managing anger in our discussion above. It may appear that these techniques... see more

People stop thinking clearly when they are angry. Angry people tend to make up their minds about a situation right away,... see more

Say It Straight (SIS) is a research-based education and training program that results in empowering communication skills... see more

The postā€Virginia Tech era shows a dramatic shift to proactive prevention as the majority of campuses move to implement... see more