Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Anger Management for Teenagers

Does Anger Management keep you from feeling anger?

Health > Healthy Life | By CGI Holistic Wellness Center

What is anger?

Anger is an emotion you get in response to a threat, an unpleasant situation or fearful action taken against you. It is a normal and also healthy response when expressed in a controlled and appropriate way. However, not many can express their anger in this way but often rage and burst out. This uncontrolled reaction usually brings a trouble, sometimes a catastrophic result in the relationship they were in. It is especially true for teenagers because their emotion is less stable than that of adults and they often do not know how to appropriately express their feelings.     

Does Anger Management keep you from feeling anger?

It is a common misconception that anger management is to train one not to feel anger. Again, anger is a normal emotion and needs to be expressed. Anger management program helps you control and express your emotions in a proper manner    

Why to consider taking anger management class?

Has your child recently showed disrespectful reactions while getting angry? Does your child act inappropriately or lose control of himself of herself when he or she gets angry?

For teenagers, it is very important time of their life as they develop their ways to express their emotions. These ways they have leaned will last for the rest of their life. A proper care and training to express their feelings and to release stress in an appropriate way is critical for any teenagers.

Fortunately, it is possible for them to learn how to manage their stress and deal with unpleasant emotions they experience. Through a variety of fun training and exercises, they can find the things that trigger them to feel anger, stress and anxiety and learn how to cast those feelings when they encounter those triggering factors. As they go through the program, you will see your loving child becoming calm and more positive and improving their emotional health as well as physical health. 

If you think your child might need a help to control his or her emotion, do not wait much longer and try to handle the situation on your own. Ask for a help before it is too late!

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