How To Get WAY Better At Managing Your Anger (Before You Sabotage Your Life)

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Have you ever felt so frustrated that anyone or anything could set you off?


When you deal with stress and anxiety on a daily basis, it's no surprise that feelings of frustration and anger can eventually get the best of you. Instead of cooling off, you end up lashing out at the people around you, and this can be especially painful to your partner, your co-workers, and your kids. 

Here's the thing: When you let yourself get caught up in your emotions, you can often end up saying or doing things that you regret.  

Instead of focusing your time and energy on the things that make you happy, you're in a place of looking back and feeling badly about your behavior.  

The good news is that this experience can change.


Yes, it can be really hard to control your anger  but that doesn't mean that it's impossible.

You need to get to the heart of it. Why are you so angry all of the time?

It goes without saying that a lot of people have anger management issues. Just about everyone we know has had a moment or two in their lives when they couldn't help but explode. 


But figuring out why you're so angry is half the battle. If you've been there, we want to offer you the solution to get your feelings under control.

In the video above, Dr. Rhoberta Shaler tackles why it's so hard to think clearly and make better choices, ones not so irrational. Her advice on how to curb your anger and manage your anxiety will help. 

What are some ways that you can learn to control your anger better?

According to Better Health, the effects of anger on your health are endless. They explain, "The adrenal glands flood the body with stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol[...]The constant flood of stress chemicals and associated metabolic changes that go with recurrent unmanaged anger can eventually cause harm to many different systems of the body. 


So listen to Dr. Rhoberta Shaler's spot-on advice. If you want a chance at having a happier life and relationship, you must let go of that anger before it consumes you.

Rhoberta Shaler, PhD, The Relationship Help Doctor, is a relationship consultant, educator and speaker. Author of sixteen books, she helps the partners, exes, adult children, and co-workers of the relentlessly difficult and disturbing people she calls “Hijackals™” to save their sanity and stop the crazy-making. Get her free ebook, How To Spot A Hijackal, at Visit her website: