Anger is a part of our life and our healthy emotions. Sometimes it can be good, and sometimes it can be terrible. Like any other reaction, it has meaning and reason. Maybe it is trying to tell you that a state is unjust, or threatening. If your immediate or thoughtless response to your anger is to burst, you will have problems conveying the right message.
So, it’s absolutely normal to get angry when you are being abused or offended, but anger can become problematic when you express this emotion in a way that troubles others or yourself.
Anger, if expressed in a wrong way, will have a negative impact on the people around you, it will damage your reputation, and cause many more problems in your life.
When does anger become a problem?
Anger is a handy emotion that produces a strong reaction in your body. This reaction usually occurs when you are threatened or going through the tough phases of our life.
But just like other problems running away from the anger is not a suitable option. Sometimes it becomes complicated for you to express anger, and this is a phase where people develop some serious problems.
If you are unable to pass out your anger, there are chances that you can bottle it up. But this bottling up of anger can cause outbreaks at any unsuitable time or in inadequate condition.
If you do not learn how to treat your anger, it may result in some severe mental and physical health complications.
If you have a hot head, and you feel like it’s impossible to control the anger or you can do very little to control the beast. It is the time that you should seriously consider anger management or acquire the help of a professional.
With effective anger management tools and with the help of professionals, you can learn how to convey your feelings without hurting the people around you and, more importantly, without damaging yourself.
Do I need anger management?
Identifying that you are unable to deal with your temper or anger can be tough sometimes. You may think that you are short temper like many people, or you are unable to diagnose the symptoms related to anger.
Below are some common reactions, and if any of the following has occurred to you, you should get help from any professional:
- You have broken the law due to your disturbed behavior
- You are fierce or violent towards your spouse, kids, or other people around you
- You intentionally damage or break things
- You are regularly engaged in unnecessary debates and arguments with people
- You often feel angry without any reason
- You are not in your control when you are irritated
To get rid of these problems, there are many ways that you can try, such as talking therapies or anger hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy is getting popular these days, especially in the people who want to get rid of fury and uncontrollable anger.
Benefits of Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis is a natural state of selective, focused attention, and, even though it is 100% natural and normal, it remains one of the most fascinating phenomena of the human mind. Our ability to enter this unique state of consciousness opens the door to countless possibilities for healing, self-exploration and change.
- Support kicking bad habits and behaviours
- Rapidly reduce stress
- Promotes healthy sleep
- Treat anxiety and depression
Why Choose Chris Hughes Hypnotherapy?
Chris Hughes has over 10 years practicing as a clinical hypnotherapist providing hypnosis based treatment in London and Oxfordshire. Chris is validated by the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council. This council assess the training of all their members to ensure they have the correct training. Chris is also a senior member of the General Hypnotherapy Register which is currently the largest professional registering organisation for practicing hypnotherapists in the UK.