If you think you have a problem with anger then this page will give you a few good options for handling anger issues. Whether you’re here for yourself or someone else, you’ll find the resources you need to have a better idea on what to do next.
There are lots of techniques available which can help you to control your anger. Now, in some cases just recognizing the problem and practicing some simple techniques – when anger pops up – are all that is required (ex. counting to ten, deep breathing exercises, going for a walk, listening to music).
Having said that, it’s important to note that if you recognize that you do have a problem, then you owe it to yourself and to your loved ones to seek help.
Reaching this page is a very good start, and you should be congratulated for that.
Getting help for your anger problem can often be resolved quite quickly and can lead to a much happier life for both you and your family.
Besides browsing this site or other anger management sites for tips, there are 3 common options anyone with anger issues can take, and they are:
1) Read an anger management book (or two)
2) Take an anger management class
3) Speak to an anger management therapist
We’ll cover each one, starting with books…
Anger Management Books & Audio Programs
Whether you want to learn how to manage your own anger, or you know someone with anger problems… there’s an anger management book, or audio program, that specifically covers your situation.
1) Anger Management: What to Do When Anger Is a Problem
The mind is a powerful tool in your fight against anger. If you’re, a man or woman, interested in discovering how to use your mind to resolve anger before it destroys your relationships and your quality of life – and if you’re sick and tired of anger affecting everything you do – then this guide may be for you. [Click here for more...]
2) Child Anger Revealed (For: parents)
If your child’s bad behavior and anger is frustrating you, then this book is for you. As the title suggests, Child Anger Revealed is a book written specifically for parents who are having a hard time dealing with their anger filled children. In this ebook you’ll discover the secrets to managing and dealing with your defiant child’s anger effectively. [Click to learn more...]
3) Anger Management For The Twenty First Century (For: men, women)
Anger Management For The Twenty First Century is a hands on workbook that makes you more aware of your behavior and options, so you can defuse situations that would otherwise quickly escalate and turn ugly, often with tragic results. [Click to read more...]
4) Stop The Anger Once And For All (For: men, women)
Stop the Anger Once And For All, is a downloadable audio series (plus bonus ebook) created by Dr. William DeFoore, Ph.D. It helps you to get right down to the basics of anger, so you can come away with a better understanding of not only what causes anger, but what to do about it.
Dr. DeFoore says, “You just can’t stand the anger any more, but you don’t know how to stop it. I do, and I can show you how to stop your own anger or help your loved one control his or her anger. I’ve helped thousands learn to control their anger over the past 35 years.” [Click here to learn more...]
5) Deal With Anger Before It Deals With You (For: men, women)
This is another downloadable audio series (plus bonus ebook) created by Dr. William DeFoore, Ph.D. While his other program covers all the basics for handling anger and emotions, Deal With Anger Before It Deals With You gives you a complete and comprehensive understanding of the deep levels of emotional healing. That means that if you want to master anger, then this program may be for you.
Dr. DeFoore says, “You don’t like your anger, because it doesn’t match up with who you want to be! It’s hurting you, and it’s hurting other people. It’s time to deal with it. I’ve helped thousands learn to control their anger over the past 35 years… find out how I can help you.”
He goes on to say, “I want you to consider something: you have good reason to be angry. How you express it may be unreasonable, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have good reasons for it. And you can learn to manage and express it in healthy ways.” [Click here read more...]
Books on Amazon
Click on the appropriate link below that best describes your situation, and you’ll be instantly taken to a list of books for that section on Amazon.
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