Someone once said, prophetically and colloquially, that holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting the person at whom you are angry to be the one to die. The deeper meaning of that piece of wisdom, of course, is that anger is toxic—if not managed better, it has the potential to do more harm in the long run to the person who experiences it than our justifications for it would indicate. Laurie Grengs, a highly experienced counselor and therapist in Coon Rapids, MN, is associated with the International Center for the Attainment of Love and Joy, has the ability to help you understand your anger and control it better.
Laurie Grengs has more than three and a half decades of anger management experience in the art and science of counseling. In that time, she has come to understand that anger—even though it is a natural part of the human emotional spectrum—can be experienced in such severity that it harms the person who feels it. If you live in or near Coon Rapids, Minnesota, and have determined that seeking the help of a qualified therapist is something you can benefit from, Laurie Grengs is an excellent choice. That is especially true if you find yourself unable to control your anger with any frequency.
Different Expressions Of Anger
It is important to note that identifying an occasional to frequent inability to control your anger can be defined in many ways. The first and likely most obvious way of describing an inability to control your anger would be with more familiar outbursts—shouting at loved ones, picking fights with strangers in bars, road rage, etc. That kind of example is indicative of anger expressed outwardly. But it is also important to understand that anger held in can be equally toxic and dangerous to your well-being and anger management support can be a great way to regain a more peaceful demeanor in your life.
Outward expressions of anger, especially when they “cross the line,” are more likely to have an immediate impact on others in proximity to the expression of anger. When anger is held in, loved-ones and friends and perhaps even strangers, may not even be aware that you are experiencing anger. But over time, and when left unchecked, the act of holding anger in not only becomes a pattern, it becomes a pattern that eats away at you from the inside out. In these instances anger management support can be a critical piece to dealing with the underlying issues that may be causing anger to constantly resurface in your life.
Anger Management Therapy Coon Rapids, MN
Laurie Grengs has the tools to help you understand the origins of your anger and can offer insights and anger management therapy strategies to help you overcome the limitations of your experience with anger. You owe it to yourself to contact Laurie to help you with your experiences with anger. Call Laurie at (877) 572-2326 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.