Anger Anger
Anger
Overview

Anger is one of the main concerns of service members returning from deployment. Problems can range from irritability to rage. Most of the time things calm down by themselves, but if you are finding that some level of anger is interfering with your successful adjustment to work or with your relationships, then it is something you should pay attention to. This program can help. Take an assessment to get feedback on how you are doing or jump into the workshops to learn about how to manage anger. Check out the videos of others who are dealing with anger and explore the e-library for in-depth information.

 

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Assessment

Feelings of anger can range from minor irritation to intense rage. You may become angry when you're feeling threatened or when someone does something that feels wrong or hurtful. If your anger is too intense or frequent, or if you express your anger aggressively, it can become a problem. Intense anger and aggression can hurt your relationships and your work. It can cause others to retaliate, and it may also contribute to feelings of guilt, shame, and regret.

The Anger Assessment, and each of the related assessments below, takes about five minutes to complete; recommendations follow based on your results.


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Workshops

In this workshop you can learn about anger and compare your personal experience with those of others by watching them share their stories. Choose an interactive exercise based on what you've learned to help make changes in your life.
 


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