Anger can feel like someone else is living inside of us, someone who doesn’t share our rational thoughts and beliefs. When left unchecked, anger often leads to feelings of regret. Broken trust, emotional scars and shame are all consequences when you’re not making rational decisions.
It’s not always wrong to feel angry; it is simply an emotion. But it’s important to realize how often we hurt the people who are important to us while we are angry.
Why do we get so angry? The answer is going to be different for each person, but anger is not the primary emotion. There is another emotion fueling the anger. Often it is hurt, shame, fear or insecurity. Learning how to process these emotions through anger counseling will help you take back control of your life and improve your relationships. At Stenzel Clinical Services, we want to help identify what fuels your anger so we can help you learn how to deal with it in healthy ways.