Anger Management
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Anger Management


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Anger refers to a strong emotional feeling characterized by antagonism towards someone or something. It is built within a persons nervous system involving the body and the mind, whereby the mind decides the persons response, and the physical changes prepare the body for action to be taken. Anger can be managed, and not cured, resulting in the emotions being either useful or harmful. There are several factors that influence effects of anger to a person these include race, sex, cultural and family background, and age. Anger is a two-sided emotion that may be beneficial to an individual (constructive anger) by warning of expected problems, at the same time bring harm (Peacock, Stutman and London, 2000).

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