What is your normal reaction when someone suggests you have anger issues? Does it make you angry? So you get a little angry, is that a crime? Not really, however, physical and verbal acts of anger are warning signs of a bigger issue. Could this be one of the onsets of bullying as well? “Anger is usually an outward expression of a deeper and often hidden problem. Anger is what everyone sees, but the underlying issues are not easily seen.”
Use this Controlling Your Anger PLR pack to educate your readers on why it’s important to control anger, help children deal with anger and the connection between stress and anger.
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- Report – Controlling Your Anger, 9 pages, 2,118 words
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Report Sample: Anger & Your Family Dynamics
When you have an anger management problem, so does your family. Anger is something that becomes part of your personality and it colors all your relationships, especially with your spouse and with your children. How you, and your family, handle anger becomes a family pattern of behavior and can spread to the other’s relationships outside the home before you know it. This is why controlling your anger response is so important.
Where the parents argue you find confused kids. Children may not realize the relationship of their parents and when they hear them arguing they are confused. Aren’t mommies and daddies supposed to love each other? Maybe they are angry because of me, maybe I have failed them. They might act out this fear and frustration in school, and start failing in school, not completing assignments or skipping classes. It could also be expressed by bullying, picking fights and being suspended.