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  • 5 things you need to know about coping with anger

    1. What Lights the Fuse Anger is a natural reaction to any person or situation that makes you feel slighted, offended or wronged. Your face gets flushed, your hands clench, the blood in your veins feels hot and you find yourself fighting the urge to yell More >> 5 things you need to know about coping with anger.pdf  
  • 5 Ways Parents Can Handle Their Anger

    Heal your angry past Parenting can be therapeutic. It can show you where your problems are and motivate you to fix them. More >> 5 Ways Parents Can Handle Their Anger.pdf  
  • 5 Ways Parents Can Handle Their Anger

    Parenting can be therapeutic. It can show you where your problems are and motivate you to fix them. If your past is loaded with unresolved anger, take steps to heal yourself before you wind up harming your child. More >> 5 ways parents can manage their anger.pdf  
  • Alexa’s Story – Managing Anger as a Teenage Parent

    “I believe every mum should get the help they need. Because you don’t want your child to grow up negatively affected by your mental health issues.” More >> alexa's story managing anger as a teenage parent.pdf  
  • Anger in children

    Many things can make children angry, just as they do with adults, but parents often find dealing with angry children to be the most difficult part the parenting job. They feel everything from exhaustion to nerve wracking aggravation. Often parents and chi More >> Anger in children.pdf  
  • Anger Management

    The goal of anger management is to reduce both your emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes. You can't get rid of, or avoid, the things or the people that enrage you, nor can you change them, but you can learn to control your re More >> Anger Management.pdf  
  • Anger management for parents

    It's hard to be a parent, as Supernanny Jo Frost has found out over her many years of working with families. And badly behaved kids can be hell to deal with. More >> anger management for parents.pdf  
  • Anger Management for Stress Relief

    It is natural to get angry sometimes, and doing so can actually be healthy, too. Anger serves some important functions, particularly that of moving us to action when things need changing in our lives. More >> Anger Management for Stress Relief.pdf  
  • Anger Management Techniques

    The first thing to do is list the situations that make you angry. Note down exactly what it is about them that makes you angry - it may be the immediate situation, or it could be that it represents a build-up of issues you haven't resolved. More >> Anger management techniques.pdf  
  • Anger management: 10 tips to tame your temper

    Keeping your temper in check can be challenging. Use simple anger management tips — from taking a timeout to using "I" statements — to stay in control. More >> 10 tips to tame your temper.pdf  
  • Be aware of your anger warning signs and triggers

    While you might feel that you just explode into anger without warning, in fact, there are physical warning signs in your body. Anger is a normal physical response. More >> Be aware of your anger warning signs and triggers.pdf  
  • Causes of anger problems

    Life Events: There may be certain situations which are more likely to trigger an angry reaction from you. Being exposed to a particular scenario or environment might put you on high alert. For example, some people find that they are much more likely to More >> Causes of anger problems.pdf  
  • Controlling Parental Anger

    Mike works all day ... long, hard hours. He has a successful business and works hard to keep a good relationship with his clients and employees. But 10 minutes with Annie, his four-year-old, and he becomes a rage-a-holic. More >> controlling parental anger.pdf  
  • Controlling Parental Anger – Part 2

    Tried and tested strategies to smooth out turbulent parenting waters for every parent: More >> controlling parental anger part 2.pdf  
  • Controlling Parental Anger – Part 3

    Words can wound our children deeper than a slap at times. Many of the seemingly harmless words that so easily pop out of our mouths like "Why can't you be more like your sister?" can cause severe emotional injury and chip away at a child's self-esteem. More >> controlling parental anger part 3.pdf  

    It may seem like a tall order to discuss these issues without getting angry, but following a plan may help. Professor Richard Nelson-Jones has developed a good system to use, called CUDSAIR, which stands for: More >> CUDSAIR.pdf  
  • Dealing With Anger

    Become familiar with your own pattern of behaviour and consider your past with regard to how anger was dealt with when growing up. What was your family like when you were growing up? Who got angry, and what happened when they did? If no-one was openly ang More >> Dealing With Anger.pdf  
  • Do You Need Counseling

    If you feel that your anger is really out of control, if it is having an impact on your relationships and on important parts of your life, you might consider counseling to learn how to handle it better. More >> Do You Need Counseling.pdf  
  • Find healthier ways to express your anger

    If you’ve decided that the situation is worth getting angry about and there’s something you can do to make it better, the key is to express your feelings in a healthy way. More >> Find healthier ways to express your anger.pdf  
  • How to Control Your Anger

    Anger is a normal, healthy emotion. But managing anger can be a problem for many people who find it difficult to keep their anger under control. More >> how to control your anger.pdf  
  • How to control your anger by setting personal boudaries

    Imagine a country without borders. There are no fences, no restrictions, no warning signs. Anyone can cruise through, set up camp and exploit its natural resources. More >> How to control your anger by setting solid personal boundaries.pdf  
  • How to Help a Friend Overcome Anger

    Anger is a volatile emotion that can cause rifts in any relationship, whether it's romantic or simply between friends. More >> How to Help a Friend Overcome Anger.pdf  
  • How to Manage Angry, Hostile Elderly Parents

    Changes in physical and mental functioning can lead to feelings of frustration, hostility and anger. Your parents may not have an appropriate outlet for their feelings and begin taking those emotions out on you. More >> How to Manage Angry, hostile elderly parents.pdf  
  • How to Stop Feeling Angry at Work

    By Andrew G. Rosen Everybody gets angry. Feeling frustrated by an annoying co-worker or stressed over a missed deadline is a natural emotion. What's important is how we deal with those negative feelings. No matter what the situation, it’s critical not to More >> How to Stop Feeling Angry at Work.pdf  
  • I am always angry, what is wrong with me?

    Anger is a symptom. It is a symptom that one of your systems is overheated. If you are always angry over things, it could be a signal that you are operating under a very high level of frustration. More >> 'I am always angry, what is wrong with me'.pdf  
  • Is anger a sign of power or a sign of weakness

    Anger itself is a destructive emotion and it can not possibly contain enough fuel to accomplish great things. Yes its true anger can be energizing but only for a very short while as a part of a human fight or flight response. More >> Is anger a sign of power or a sign or weakness.pdf  
  • Is Anger always a Bad Emotion?

    When I see someone mistreat a dog, does it make me angry? Yes, it does. Is that bad? That question is really of no value because "bad" is too vague. Two better questions are, "What effect does my anger have?" and "What are the real causes of my anger?" More >> Is Anger always a bad emotion.pdf  
  • Keep your cool

    As part of National Anger Awareness Week the British Association of Anger Management (BAAM) presents this innovative KEEP YOUR COOL KIT which can be used by individuals, organisations, families, schools and other groups. More >> keep your cool especially over yule.pdf  
  • Learn ways to cool down

    Once you know how to recognize the warning signs that your temper is rising and anticipate your triggers, you can act quickly to deal with your anger before it spins out of control. More >> Learn ways to cool down.pdf  
  • Myths About Anger

    Myth #1: Anger Is Inherited. One misconception or myth about anger is that the way we express anger is inherited and cannot be changed. Sometimes, we may hear someone say, “I inherited my anger from my father; that’s just the way I am.” This statement imp More >> Myths About Anger.pdf