ANGER can range from mild irritation to full blown rage. How angry we feel is usually influenced by how we interpret an event. Anger is a common response, if we think that we have been treated unfairly, feel threatened, hurt, or believe that an important rule has been violated. However, when anger becomes frenzied, abusive or physically violent, it can hurt the people around us. Such anger if not contained, can end up ruining relationships and compromising jobs.
During therapy, we work to recognise the first flush anger such as flushed cheeks, tensed muscles, rapid heart rate, and learn to exercise restraint towards these emotions.