Do you get easily frustrated with other people or with yourself?  Do you feel that you are overly sensitive or irritable?  Have you had trouble with relationships or jobs because of anger?

Anger can make you feel guilty, sad and powerless because you lose control and say things you do not mean or do things you regret.

The good news is there are many different things you can try to reduce anger and increase calm and control. Take some time to look through the articles below. They are organized by category or resources such as books, behavior changes and audio downloads that can make a difference.

Work through these resources at your own pace and choose one or two things to work on at a time. Start with the things that are the best match for your interests. We strive to arm you with ample choices because you are an individual with unique strengths and preferences.

Anger is often related to stress or unhappiness.  For more detailed instructions and worksheets to improve your stress management, check out Chapter 9: Stress Management for You and the People Who Care About You or Chapter 12: Seven Secrets of Happy People in Well to Do: A Guide to Take Charge, Set Goals, and Improve Your Health.

We wish you calm and peace.

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