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Could women be the fairer sex after all? Research study shows the part of the brain responsible for controlling anger is larger in women than in men.
Anger Management for Women
Get help for yourself and your family. These seven important anger management steps will help you identify problems and set realistic goals.
Learn to express anger in constructive ways. Answer the six questions in this anger management test to identify your problem areas and get help.
Anger is a common symptom of postpartum depression. If you're struggling to cope after the birth of your baby, look to these anger management tips for help.
Avoid salty foods or take a multivitamin to help alleviate PMS symptoms. Use the tracking sheet to manage your symptoms, including anger.
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Take a moment to call your best friend or pray, but never take your anger out on your kids. Site includes anger management tips to calm down.
This anger management routine for women includes great meditation tips to relieve stress before it escalates to anger.
Sing a song, work out or smell the roses. Find what works for you on this extensive list of anger management tips for women.
Did your daughter forget to make her bed? Identify what triggers your outbursts and learn to cope with stress in this anger management article for mommies.
Do you know why you're so angry? Look to these interesting interactive anger management resources to help control your temper.
Kids know the secret to relieve anger and stress even before it appears. Try drawing a silly picture or laughing more to manage your anger.
Expressing anger produces worry lines and symptoms of premature aging. Use these anger management techniques to slow the process.
Study indicates women who express their rage might also increase their risks of heart disease. This is one more reason to practice anger management.
American Psychological Association
Anger management for women often means suppressing our feelings, but for men it means expressing their manly aggression. What can we do to end the chauvinism?
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