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Anger is a unique emotion because it is usually comprised of more fragile emotions, like helplessness or hopelessness.  Because these emotions threaten our survival instincts (we need a sense of hope and control), they get turned into anger in an attempt to re-establish a baseline appearance of strength and control, even if we don’t truly feel that way deep down. However, an angry outburst is rarely the best course of action to resolve a given situation, so we must learn how to assertively manage this impulse to increase the possibility of getting the outcome we desire.   

Therapy can help to outline common themes in anger, identify their origins, and highlight the direct impact (and harm) it has on one’s lifestyle.  From there, the necessary skills can be developed to navigate triggering situations in a peaceful and effective manner.

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