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See the methods of anger management that have been researched and shown to work here. Which do you use?
See this cognitive behavioral manual for professionals on how to teach anger management to people with psychiatric disorders, people who abuse substances or who have both issues.
If your spouse or significant other has issues with anger management, read here. Click on each sub-topic for more info.
Anger management must be practiced before it becomes part of normal behavior for a person. Read about it here.
Australian National University
Do you think they're right when they say these are the best anger management methods? Well, they're definitely methods that work for many people.
Think you might have an anger management problem? Read this and see if you can deal with anger more productively.
Michele Borba, EdD
Are you having trouble with junior's tantrums, hitting or biting? Read about teaching anger management to a child here.
Interesting article discusses study findings that suggest gender might play a role in who requires a bit more anger management.
If you have trouble with anger management at work, check out this resource. You'll find several techniques and gain access to online coaching.
A bit of relaxation could help you manage your anger. Take a look at a beginner's guide to de-stressing with a variety of yoga positions.
Anger Management Groups
Looking for a little guidance when it comes to your outbursts? Read about anger management here if you want the help of professionals.
Listen in as an anger management expert offers advice for coping with anger in seven easy steps.
The success of anger management might rely partly on how angry the person gets and how often. Test your level of anger by answering these six questions.
When we're angry, we often can't see the whole picture; considering another viewpoint might be the best anger management tool. Read what an expert says here.
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