Everyone experiences moments of anger now and then, but a backlog of anger built up over time can become a problem. When we’ve been accumulating anger for years without knowing how to let it go, that anger seeks a way out. At that point it doesn’t take much to trigger our anger, little things set us off, and we find ourselves saying and doing things that get us into trouble.

Counseling for Anger Management

Understanding the source of your anger is an important part of releasing it. Learning to express anger in appropriate, safe ways is still more important. Unprocessed anger can hurt relationships, career, and family, so it’s important that we get help with anger when it becomes a problem. Max Highstein works with clients how have issues with anger, and developed the program, Say Goodbye to Anger. Contact Max Highstein to learn about intuitive counseling options for anger management issues.

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