Can People with Anger Issues Learn to Control it?

Can People with Anger Issues Learn to Control it?Anger is a natural and familiar part of the human emotional menu. But not all manifestations of anger are normal or healthy. In fact, some expressions of anger, or the behaviors associated with it, can be truly problematic. If you have received feedback from others about the way you express your anger or if you have come to understand that you have difficulty controlling your anger, you may be asking yourself whether or not it is possible to control it. The short answer is yes. The longer answer is still yes, especially when you work with a therapist like Laurie Grengs to develop strategies to manage it.

Anger Management Strategies

Laurie Grengs has provided therapeutic services for a many individuals in the more than three decades that she has been in practice. She is an experienced therapist, and among her sub-specialties is anger management. In addition to working with you one-on-one, Laurie also offers Anger Management classes, which can be especially helpful for you because of the benefit gained from hearing other people’s perspectives. A class in anger management may also satisfy other requirements; for instance, if you have been ordered by a court to attend an anger management class.

We all feel anger sometimes. And not all expressions of anger are problematic. But if the question of control is present in your life, it may indicate that it is, in fact, a problem that you need to address. If you have been informed that you must take an anger management class, it will be in your best interest to go into the experience with an open mind and minimal resistance. If you take an anger management class of your own volition, you will likely be more naturally open to what you can learn about controlling your anger. But whether you take an anger management class with Laurie Grengs or work with her one-on-one, you will have taken a step in the right direction as it relates to controlling your anger. The reality of anger issues is that, until you control your anger, your anger is likely controlling you.

Take Control over your Anger

Laurie can help you understand the causes of why anger is problematic for you. Increased understanding means that you have the ability to make the changes necessary in your life. Laurie has offered help to people looking for ways to understand and manage their anger for a very long time. Her experience allows her to implement strategies that have real, practical application to your life.

If you are ready to discuss gaining control of the anger that is present in your life, give Laurie Grengs a call at 763-572-2326, 877-572-2326; or email her at .