Better understand yourself with an 8-hour online anger management course
Have you always struggled to keep your anger in check, even over seemingly trivial things? If so, you aren’t alone. Countless people find that the flood of adrenaline and cortisol that characterizes our fight-or-flight response tends to send them into a rage at the slightest provocation. But, believe it or not, you can learn to identify and mediate this reaction, even if you’ve battled with it all your life.
That’s what one of our satisfied customers, Jordan from Texas, found out after completing a series of online anger management classes with Conflict Coaching & Consulting.
“I took a look at the way I communicate during conflict, and noticed that I have some bad habits and use some negative forms of communication,” Jordan wrote in a review of our services. “Now that I’m aware of these issues, I can work towards resolving them and becoming a better communicator, expressing myself and not bottling up emotions.”
If you’re prone to anger and aggression, it is essential to be able to communicate your frustrations without turning to physical or verbal abuse. If you don’t have an effective way to relay your concerns, you may end up lashing out at loved ones and coworkers, or transforming a simple misunderstanding into an unwarranted blowout.
As the American Psychological Association notes, an anger management problem rarely develops out of thin air. Most people with this issue are aware of it to some extent, and have been for years. Your short temper doesn’t have to control you – or your private and professional relationships. By learning to identify how your natural thought processes further fuel your anger and ultimately exacerbate conflicts, you can start to approach difficult situations in a calmer and more rational way.