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Anger, Fighting and Aggression

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2. Anger, Fighting and Aggression

If you've ever thought "That makes my blood boil", it probably makes other people feel the same as well.  Getting angry happens to all of us but it is important to recognise how to control your anger before you do something that you will later regret.

Anger is a normal healthy emotion and it is something that most people learn to control throughout their lives, but some people find it harder than others to control which makes you act out either by shouting, screaming, stamping your feet or in more dangerous situations like hitting, kicking or physically hurting someone.

The first step is identifying what makes you angry, and talk to someone about how you are feeling.

If you are in an abusive relationship or being subjected to anger, aggression or physical violence then please see the Domestic Abuse Section of this website


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