Having an "anger problem" may mean that you express anger in harmful, destructive ways. If your anger is hurtful to others,you may indeed have an "anger problem."
Therapy can help you:
- Gain awareness of one's own body's arousal signals in order to permanently break the anger habit.
- Gain insight and identifying the particular beliefs that lead to anger.
- Treat all of the underlying factors: trauma history, relationship conflict, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, unresolved grief, and personality disorders are all key factors. When these factors are fully addressed, one can expect a more stable and permanent recovery.
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