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The Power of Acceptance

At times, life can be challenging. We are exposed to triggers for anger, stress, and frustration daily. Triggers can be viewed as small (like stubbing your toe or misplacing your keys) or large (like traffic making you late to work). When exposed to triggers, if you...

An Interview with Co-Founder, David Morgan, LCSW, CAMF

Are you curious about the foundations of Anger Management U? Do you have interest in learning more about one of our founders, David Morgan? Check out David's recent podcast with John Clarke. Here is the description: David Morgan joins the show to talk about his...

Stress and Anger: 6 Ways to Take Control Now

Want a quick way to control your anger? Try to manage your stress. For those who struggle with controlling their anger, stress is the largest indicator that an outburst could be near. Stress is defined by The American Institute of Stress as, "a condition or feeling...

Digging Deeper – Uncovering the Emotions Under Your Anger

Chances are, if you are reading this blog, you are interested in learning how to control your anger more effectively. One of the most effective ways to control anger is to recognize the emotions underneath it. Did you know that when you feel anger, there is almost...

Anger: What is it good for?

Actually, anger is good for something. Check out this excerpt from our workbook "Managing Our Anger, Managing Our Lives," which explains the purpose of anger: "Anger can be defined as a normal human process. When we break anger down, we understand that its origins are...

We Are Glad You Asked! Our Anger Management eCourse Q&A.

Do you have questions about our eCourse? We are happy to answer them! Below are some of the most popular questions (and very useful answers) about our anger management eCourse.   What is the mission of Anger Management U? Our mission at Anger Management U is to...

Anger in Children: Changing the Conversation

Defiant. Resistant. Out-of-control. Detached. Uncaring. Disobedient. These are the words we use to describe an angry child. Confused. Overwhelmed. Sad. Shameful. Frustrated. Afraid. These are the words we should be using to describe an angry child. Want to change anger in children? Lets start by changing the conversation.

Take Back The Wheel: Tips for Stopping Road Rage

Do you struggle with feelings of anger or rage while driving? Have you tailgated someone, yelled at other drivers, cut other cars off, made rude hand gestures towards another driver, or worse? Has there ever been a time that you have caught yourself reacting to other...

Four Tips to Minimize Stress and Anger This Holiday Season

For many, Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. We often focus on this time and remember it for it's joyous reunions, delicious food, and moments of gratitude. However, we know that this holiday, and the holidays that follow, are also stressful for...

Anger: When is it time to get help?

Everyone experiences anger, and anger is a normal human emotion. Our greatest challenge, however, is appropriately managing our anger without the use of aggression. Aggression is defined as "hostile or violent behavior or attitudes towards someone or something." Many...

8 Practical Tools for Anger Control

With 8 simple tools, you can learn to control your anger!  Seriously. These 8 tools will surprise you because they are both simple and practical.  If you use them, you will find yourself quickly being able to maintain better control of your anger. Read the skills...

Five Anger Management Myths

Here are some of the largest myths about Anger Management: Myth #1: Anger management is only for individuals who have been incarcerated, on parole, or on probation. Anyone can benefit from anger management! Anger Management programs teach communication skills, stress...

Let’s Talk About School …

With the new school year also comes feelings of excitement, uncertainty and worry for our students. Will my class be fun? Will my homework be too difficult? Will I do well on exams? Will I make friends? Oftentimes, children and adolescents may exhibit signs of...

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