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Anger Management Courses: Taking Action
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Our powerful online anger management programs cover everything most live classroom anger management classes and anger management seminars cover, plus they add a lot more!

You receive:

  1. Open access to the self-scoring Online Anger Management Class.
  2. Immediate access to your certified court ordered anger management class certificate upon completion.
  3. Free Copy of the best selling Anger Management Training Book "The Anger Busting™ Workbook" - 216 pages by bestselling author James A. (Jim) Baker. The bestselling book is NOT necessary to take or complete the anger management class.
  4. You will instantly receive via email a course certificate suitable for printing when you complete the last lesson in our anger program.

Taking action is the most positive response we can have when an anger issue has been highlighted. Here the biggest obstacle has been overcome as the person has already acknowledged that they have an anger problem.

That they are also ready to take further action to solve this problem is also encouraging and does make the road to recovery much easier.

After all, anger is just like an addition to for instance alcohol. In both, there are usually long-standing underlying causes that build up and personal feelings are kept as secret as possible all the while building-up until one day this becomes possible no-more and an incident happens. With alcoholism this can be when drinking simply overwhelms the person's life prohibiting day-to-day functions such as going to work.

Also with anger, this is usually when an anger-related incident happens that again prohibits day-to-day activity.

With this acknowledgment of personal anger and willingness to take action to control this, the following techniques are helpful to simply make sure that this is the case and these good intentions do not simply get brushed to one side.

TRY NOT TO WASTE ANY TIME IN TAKING THESE FURTHER ACTIONS

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As this is such a potentially positive situation to be in, it would be awful to let the moment pass. As soon as the person has admitted that they have an anger problem and are willing to take further action, begin the process of taking action. Letting too much time pass - for instance leaving discussing of the situation at the weekend maybe three or four days away, or even the next day, is too long a delay. By this time we get round to talking further and thinking of the steps to take, other things could have happened. More stresses and anger or simply a bad day(s) could greatly alter the person's mood. By the weekend or whenever we have the follow up conversation with them, they may have completely changed their mind. Indeed, from agreeing to take action about their anger, they may now not even admit they have a problem at all.

HAVE A DISCUSSION ABOUT THIS ANGER AND THE UNDERLYING CAUSES OF THIS

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Seize the moment here. For the person to have admitted that they have an anger problem is a very major positive step and one where they have opened-up their inner feelings. This openness may quickly disappear if we do not work to keep it. A good technique here is to try to delve deeper into the causes of the anger. This is not to be some sort of interrogation, but rather a heart-to-heart discussion.

As many causes of severe anger tend to be long-term (building over days, weeks, months or even years) trying to get to the root cause of anger is often useful. With the person already having 'opened up' to admit that they have an anger problem, now is probably the best opportunity we have to have a conversation about the root-causes of this. If this does not work and the person still does not want to talk with us about these, do not panic. It is sometimes easier to talk to an anger management professional rather than family and friends and by doing this the person may get to the root of their anger and take professionally tailored advice on resolving this anger. Do however try to ensure that the appropriate next steps have been taken to enable this to happen.

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TALK BUT ONLY IF THIS HELPS THE SITUATION

If the person has fully 'let their guard down'; this lack of a protected barrier could mean a very interesting and revealing conversation. This can be helpful for the person themselves (allowing them to share this stored-up anger), useful for us (as we can learn more about the person's mindset) and also useful for third parties (very useful information to provide to anger management professionals when taking the steps to manage this anger.

A word of warning here is that if this conversation begins to cause argument or tension to rise then simply stop it and change subjects quickly. Carrying-on could do more harm than good and may actually cause the person to put their guard back. If this begins to happen, try to ensure that the next steps (the actions to limit this anger) have been taken and leave the next steps to an anger management professional.

Martin Hogg http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Martin_Hogg http://www.CitizenCoaching.com/

 
 
 
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