Anger outbursts happen. No one intentionally flies off the handle. Shame teaches people that anger is negative and bad, leading many to feel bound to previous coping styles in expressing anger and frustration. Men, women, children, and seniors do struggle with feeling empowered in expressing their anger. Your feelings are valid. There are loving and kind behaviors Laurie Grengs Counseling will guide the client to embrace, which will enable a person to express frustration effectively.
While anger is an emotion on the spectrum of all emotions, it can become a “roadblock” to positive connection with ourselves and others if left unchecked or bottled up. Uncontrolled anger can lead to reckless, aggressive behavior. Those who struggle managing their temper are often impeded by internal emotional barriers that prevent them from healthy engagements with other people and fulfilling, long-lasting relationships. With problem-solving and communication skills, you can leave negativity behind and become a positive role model for the people in your world.
Laurie Grengs Counseling has helped many clients identify triggers, assess emotions, and map signs to develop strategies when expressing their feelings. An Anger Management counselor will work with you to sharpen communication skills, explore and heal the roots of beliefs about expressing anger, and teach techniques for dealing with those times in our life when our hopes and dreams do not go as planned. You can approach every day with the ability to stay calm and make logical decisions, no matter the situation or stressors.
If your relationships and daily life are suffering because of anger issues, contact Laurie Grengs Counseling.