10 Reasons Why Anger Management Has A Significant Effect On Improving Relationships
Anger can have a terrible impact on your loved ones. If you are having difficulty controlling your rage, it will negatively affect, and hurt, those closest to you, whether that is your partner or your children. One in five people ends a relationship due to their partner’s difficulty in controlling their anger. If you are concerned that your relationship may become a victim to this startling statistic, perhaps you’re aware that your anger is turning into a problem that you need to control. Anger management, whether individual or as a couple, can help you break out of harmful old behavioral patterns, and prevent you hurting the one you love.
How anger damages a relationship.
If you experience anger management problems, you may damage your relationship in many ways. You may do this by expressing behavioral anger (aggression displayed in physical behaviors, such as damaging property), verbal anger (aggression displayed through temper tantrums, shouting, intimidation and browbeating), resentment (a slow-burning hostility that simmers day and night), passive-aggressive anger (being sarcastic, cold, and neglectful towards your partner), obsessive anger (paranoia and jealousy, such as paranoia that your partner is cheating with a co-worker just because you see them together once), and judgmental anger (criticizing your partner constantly).