By: Summer Livengood
What are anger issues? “Anger becomes a problem when you have trouble controlling it, causing you to say or do things you regret. A 2010 study found that uncontrolled anger is bad for your physical and mental health. It can also quickly escalate to verbal or physical violence, harming you and those around you.” If you think you have anger issues there are things that can help control your anger issues.
Joining an anger management group. Talking about your feelings calmly, instead of saying or doing things that can hurt someone. Anger management clubs can be found everywhere. If you do have anger management issues and you physically harm someone you can be assigned to do so many hours in anger management, or if you feel you could injure someone you can join on your own. Anger management helps teach you how to handle situations. That you should count, focus on breathing, and definitely walk away so you don’t get in that situation again.
Anger issues are most commonly seen in teenagers and young adults, so from about 17-32 is the most common age to start having anger issues. How do anger issues develop? Usually traumatic experiences that you never let go happen to turn into anger. Causing you to lose control very easily and usually all leads back to your past.
To prevent this anger issues to injure someone. It’s best to just walk away, or try reasoning with them. Anger issues are a mental thing. If your mind isn’t in the right place neither are you.