• Relaxation

    Relaxation.pdf   It is important to make time to relax and do activities that are enjoyable. This can help to improve your mood and help you to manage your angry feelings by calming the body and mind. It can also help you to sleep. Without taking the time to unwind, it is More >>
  • Causes of anger problems

    Causes of anger problems.pdf   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 >>
  • Patterns of unhelpful thinking

    Patterns of unhelpful thinking.pdf   Here are some of the common patterns that our unhelpful thoughts follow: Predicting the future, atastrophising: What if? When people are worried about something it is common for them to spend a lot of time ruminating. You can end up thinking abou More >>
  • Understanding Anger

    Understanding anger.pdf   It's important to realise several things about anger before you start tackling it. Firstly, anger is a normal process that has allowed humans to evolve and adapt. It isn't a bad thing in itself, but problems occur if it isn't managed in the right way. More >>
  • When Does Anger Become A Problem

    When Does Anger Become a Problem.pdf   Anger becomes a problem when it is felt too intensely, is felt too frequently, or is expressed inappropriately. Feeling anger too intensely or frequently places extreme physical strain on the body. During prolonged and repeated episodes of anger, certain More >>
  • Self-Help Advice

    Self-Help Advice Anger.pdf   What should I do when I feel myself getting angry? Stop and think. There is a well-grounded saying which suggests you: 'Hold your breath and count to ten' before you react and respond to aggravating circumstances. More >>
  • Anger Management Techniques

    Anger management techniques.pdf   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 >>
  • What Causes Anger

    What causes anger.pdf   Anger is a strong emotion of displeasure caused by some type of grievance that is either real or perceived to be real by a person. The cognitive behaviour theory attributes anger to several factors including past experiences, behaviour learned from others More >>

    CUDSAIR.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 >>
  • Dealing With Anger

    Dealing With Anger.pdf   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 >>