Anger Issues2019-08-01T17:17:20+00:00

Christian Counseling for Anger Issues

Do you have a hard time controlling your anger? Is your anger ever disproportionate to the experience that caused it? Have you gotten into trouble (legal or otherwise) because of your anger issues? Feeling angry is a perfectly normal emotion, but when it spins out of control, anger can have a negative impact on your mental, emotional, and spiritual life—and unchecked anger devastates relationships.

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Do you have a hard time controlling your anger? Is your anger ever disproportionate to the experience that caused it? Have you gotten into trouble (legal or otherwise) because of your anger issues? Feeling angry is a perfectly normal emotion, but when it spins out of control, anger can have a negative impact on your mental, emotional, and spiritual life—and unchecked anger devastates relationships. Fortunately, there are ways tell if anger is becoming a problem in your life.

Anger is a secondary emotion, which means that it is usually fueled by an underlying primary emotion such as fear or sadness. Counseling provides a safe space in which you can identify and deal with emotions underneath the surface. A counselor can also help you identify triggers of anger and together you can explore healthy ways of coping with anger. Anger management counseling offers practical solutions that can empower you to take control of your life and relationships.

Remember, anger is a normal response to life’s frustrations. Anger only becomes a problem when you find yourself unable to express this emotion in a healthy way. If you are struggling to control your anger, chances are that there is a deeper problem that needs to be addressed. Some of the most common causes of anger issues include poor self-esteem, bottled emotions, and chronic stress. Persons who have suffered trauma, abuse, or grief are also more likely to face anger problems.

There is no doubt that an anger issue takes a toll on a person’s ability to forge and maintain healthy, happy relationships, and it can be very challenging and even painful to care for someone with an anger issue. If you are suffering from an anger issue, you probably feel isolated and cut off—but it doesn’t need to be that way. Learning to channel anger effectively, and to confront a problem when it arises, will go a long way toward repairing and restoring your relationships.