Anger is a normal human emotion. But expressing anger in unhealthy ways not only damages your own health and well-being, but can also bring pain and suffering to others.
Aggressive anger can lead to acts of violence. Those who lash out aggressively when theyre angry often find themselves on the wrong side of the law. However, passive anger is also unhealthy and detrimental to your relationships with others. It can bring about the same physical, mental and emotional ills caused by aggressive anger.
How do you know if you (or someone you know) needs help? Do you find yourself...
Led by John Brookman, a licensed therapist who is certified in anger management, Samaritans Anger Management Program helps you gain critical tools for managing your anger in healthy ways. Call us at 412.741.7430 to get started.