Do you have frequent, intense, emotional outbursts that lead to aggression or disturb work or relationships? Whether you’re talking about nuclear war, road rage or child abuse, it’s clear that we have to learn how to control our anger, as well as learn how to deal with others who can’t control theirs. Counseling Center personnel can provide assistance in dealing with anger and other emotions.
The goal of anger management is to reduce both your emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes. The American Psychological Association provides strategies to control your anger before it controls you.
Helpguide.org offers techniques for getting anger under control and dispelling the popular myth that “Venting” reduces anger.
Tips from DMV.org on how to avoid aggressive driving and Road Rage.