Do you feel angry or are you experiencing symptoms that may be linked to anger?



“The man who gets angry at the right things, and with the right people, and in the right way, and at the right time, and for the right length of time, is to be commended.
– Aristotle –

Anger is a normal, healthy human emotion, which if not expressed, can lead to long-term consequences, such as anxiety, depression, irritability and a variety of physical complaints.

Anger can sometimes be a creative source of energy that helps us to move forward, and motivates us to change our lives.  Some people, particularly women, are from an early age discouraged from expressing anger, and pay a price for being ‘too nice’.  We may have internalised a number of beliefs that need reassessing.”  Taken from The Mental Hand Book, Revised Edition 1992, Trevor Powell, pg66

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