Anger is a normal part of our emotions, and helps us to survive by signaling that something is wrong. However, when anger becomes rage we may hurt others or ourselves by making poor decisions or losing control. How we manage our anger is learned in childhood and throughout our lives. We can manage anger when we discover our individual “anger triggers,” learn the best ways to express anger, and practice strategies for cooling down explosive emotions.
Anger Consequences Questionnaire
Checking off the questions on this questionnaire may help you or someone you know to increase awareness of anger patterns and provide insight into the consequences of anger. This questionnaire can help you to better understand anger; it is not intended to provide a diagnosis.
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This content was last modified on: 09/05/2008