Anger is also used by people who have not been able to learn the skills of negotiation or compromise either through poor parenting or through communication problems or learning disabilities. Anger can also be passive, moods, ‘looks’, gossip, using headaches or illness to get your own way, sabotaging plans and alcohol and substance misuse are forms of anger. Sometimes people have a right to be angry, it is therefore not wrong to feel angry but if anger stops a person from fulfilling their goals, or hurts other people then it needs to be managed. We are able to help you recognise those situations when you feel anger and offer strategies to help you manage it better.
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