Anger is a natural feeling that every human being experiences. It is the normal response to irritation, disagreement, and annoyance. Anger is often the go-to response when one simply doesn’t get his/her own way. Anger can likewise be a secondary feeling experienced as the outcome of discomfort, loneliness, fright, or distress.
Anger is not simply a mental state. It produces a physical response in the body that relates to the body’s fight or flight mechanism, whether the catalyst is genuine or perceived.
The incapability to handle anger can result in acts of hostility such as: yelling, throwing things, or attacking another person either verbally or physically.
To take action toward managing your anger, call Compass Counseling today and we will connect you with our counselor who can assist you in evaluating and addressing this all-too-common issue.