Family Help & Wellness

Anger Issues

Anger is a normal emotion with a wide range of intensity, from mild irritation and frustration to rage. Anger is a warning bell that tells us that something is wrong. It is a reaction to a perceived threat to ourselves, our loved ones, our property, self-image, or some part of our identity. Young adults who

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Anxiety

/anx.i.e.ty/ |a ng ˈzī-itē| Anxiety is defined as a feeling of uneasiness, nervousness, or worry usually about an impending event or something with an unpredictable result. An individual that is suffering from anxiety generally feels threatened and may feel that he/she cannot cope with his/her everyday life situations. People experiencing extraordinary amounts of...

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Anger Management

Noun Anger management is defined as the knowledge to identify signs of a person’s anger and taking the appropriate actions to calm one’s self: such as through breathing, reflection, or taking a time out. By taking these actions, the enraged individual will easily manage his/her anger in a constructive and useful manner. Anger is not

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Anger Disorders

Noun Anger Disorder is an advanced psychological condition that can have life-long effects on the life of the subject, as well as those surrounding him/her, such as friends, family, and relatives. The primary cause of anger disorders is sustained inability to manage anger, a process that makes ordinary anger grow gradually over time into hatred,

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Anger

Anger is defined as a normal, typically healthy, emotion with a varying intensity.  Anger can range from frustration, annoyance, and irritation to rage. Typically the feeling is also associated with biological changes, such as an increased heart rate, sweating, and higher blood pressure.  We can develop anger when we perceive something is a threat to

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