Is your anger in charge of you? Is your irritability causing trouble at home? Are you held back from your potential because others think you are angry?
Anger is common to all of us. It’s part of what makes us human. Anger is a useful, necessary ingredient in a purposeful life.
However, in some of us, anger is dialed up to high degree. When anger gets too intense, it may lead to constant irritation, feeling misunderstood, frequent arguments and even physical violence.
It’s troubling because deep down you know if you could just manage your anger, you would reach your potential and be much more successful. You know deep down that your anger may be undermining your relationships at home and at work. Your anger may be limiting your happiness and success in your career. What’s more, there may be some anxiety, stress and sadness mixed in with that anger as well.
What you’re really trying to do is learn effective ways to manage your anger, anxiety and stress so that they do not control you.
You know if you found proven ways to turn down the volume on your anger and anxiety you could be more successful at work and at home.
These skills are necessary for everyone for personal happiness and professional success.
The challenge is that you’ve haven’t yet figured out a simple and effective way to turn down the volume on your anxiety and anger.
You’ve tried other solutions and they have not worked. Or perhaps they gave you some relief but it’s not enough.