Are you experiencing a high level of stress or anxiety and find that you are more likely to “let out” your anger? Has a family member, coworker, or judge told you that it is time to get help with anger management? Anger management classes and anger management counseling can help.
If you frequently lose control of your anger and find that it ends up hurting you or those around you, it is time to get help from anger management counseling.
What happens when you get angry
Anger is a normal emotion. It is not naturally good or bad.
In the right situation, anger may help you respond by defending yourself or fighting for your survival. However, when out of control, anger is much more likely to hurt you and others.
With the skills you learn in anger management classes or counseling, you can learn how to respond to anger. Instead of venting your anger, bottling it up, or trying to calm down with no success, you can learn to change what gets you worked up and manage your anger effectively.
Anger management counseling can help you learn to respond proportionally and control the way you express your anger. Nancy also leads an anger management group serving people in New Bern, Camp Lejeune, and other communities.
Control how you express anger with anger management
If you let your anger out on those around you, or if you react with a bigger response than what the situation requires, you could harm your relationships with the people around you, especially the children in your life. You may find that your anger pushes away your coworkers and supervisors, affecting your ability to succeed at work.
But trying to suppress your anger may hurt your physical or mental health. Instead, you can learn how to cope with stress in a healthy way and change the conversation in your head about what gets you angry. It may seem difficult, but you can do it. Nancy Hauck can help.
Why try anger management counseling?
In anger management counseling, Nancy will give you the support you need to break anger’s hold over your life.
Nancy will teach you core skills, including ways to recognize warning signs and how to respond. She will help you learn to pause before responding to a situation and take the time to express yourself calmly. You can learn to respond to problems effectively while keeping your cool.
Reach out for help
Preventing anger from affecting your life involves using a variety of techniques to help you keep your calm. In addition to the help that Nancy provides in anger management counseling, she can work with you using mindfulness, emotional intelligence, and more.
Nancy Hauck offers anger management classes and counseling for individuals and groups in New Bern.
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