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Anger management Resources

Anger management refers to a process. It can help people identify stressors. People learn steps to help them stay calm in anger management. They may then handle tense situations in a constructive, positive way

3020 I Street, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95816
Phone: (916) 271-4634

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Sacramento, CA. 95818,
Business line: (916) 868-7820 24hrs.

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Business Phone: (916) 448-2321
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5770 Freeport Blvd. Suite 100,
Sacramento, CA. 95822
Emergency: 911
Emergency (cell#): (916) 732-0100,
Non Emergency: (916) 264-5471

Different experts have published contradicting lists of anger types, but some widely accepted forms of anger include:

  • Chronic anger, which is prolonged, can impact the immune system and be the cause of other mental disorders
  • Passive anger, which doesn’t always come across as anger and can be difficult to identify

  • Overwhelmed anger, which is caused by life demands that are too much for an individual to cope with

  • Self-inflicted anger, which is directed toward the self and may be caused by feelings of guilt

  • Judgmental anger, which is directed toward others and may come with feelings of resentment

  • Volatile anger, which involves sometimes-spontaneous bouts of excessive or violent anger

Anger Symptoms, Causes and Effects

According to a study conducted by the Harvard Medical School, close to 8 percent of adolescents display anger issues that qualify for lifetime diagnoses of intermittent explosive disorder. Anger issues aren’t limited to teens, and it’s important to understand anger symptoms, causes and effects if you suspect you are, or someone you know is, suffering from an anger disorder.