Anger is usually a normal and healthy reaction to frustrating or threatening situations. However, excessive or inappropriate fits of anger can seriously hamper a person's ability to keep their job or maintain relationships. Anger management is not about suppressing your anger, but instead learning the skills to identify triggers and control your anger. By responding to anger triggers in a healthier way, people can expect their quality of life to improve dramatically.
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