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When to Get Help

If anger is consistently interfering with your daily life, relationships, or overall well-being, it may be beneficial to seek therapy. Signs that therapy for anger management may be helpful include frequent outbursts of anger, difficulty controlling anger or impulses, verbal or physical aggression, strained relationships due to anger-related issues, or feelings of guilt and regret after anger episodes. A therapist can assess your anger-related concerns, help you understand the underlying causes of your anger, and provide strategies to manage and express anger in healthier ways.


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