• I shouldn’t have said that.

  • I shouldn’t have done that.

  • That rage flashed out of me so fast.

  • This is out of control.

Is it time for some anger management? Does your temper scare others? Do you regret the things you do and say when you’re angry? Do you just always feel… annoyed? Irritated? Simmering with fury? Then yes. Yes, it’s time for some anger management.

Anger is normal. It’s an emotion we all experience. But uncontrolled anger is dangerous. Anger without restraint is destructive, and it can damage personal relationships, professional opportunities, even your physical health.

Anger Management

Turned inward, anger is dark and full of negative self-talk and can lead to depression. You may punish yourself, denying yourself the things you enjoy, like a good workout or time with friends. But missing out makes you angrier yet, which leads to additional self-reproach and resentment. Suddenly you’re in a spiral of fury, denial, and suffering.

Outwardly, anger can look like sarcasm, sulking, or giving someone the silent treatment. When it escalates, anger appears as physical intimidation, or shouting and cursing, or breaking things. At an extreme, anger may be expressed through harm to self or others.

If it feels like anger is dictating your life, ask an anger management therapist at CPA for help. You don’t have to deal with it by yourself as there are several anger management therapies available. Mindfulness, compassion, and unwavering support are the first steps to taking back control. And the anger management therapists at CPA are ready to help you change your thinking and your behavior.

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Call (262) 251-1112, text (262) 251-1112 or email to find anger management treatment and someone who can help you learn to deal with your anger in a healthier, more appropriate way.

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