Is anger necessarily bad?
Anger is a perfectly human reaction to many situations, and just because you experience anger doesn’t mean you need anger management.
When your inability to effectively manage your anger begins to negatively affect your relationships, your career, and/or your self-esteem, it’s time to think about seeking help.
In other words, if your anger is projected outwards and harms others, or inwards and harms you, you need to cultivate a different relationship with your anger. Anger isn’t inherently bad, but it can become bad depending on what you do with it.
Why are you so angry?
Frankly, it doesn’t matter if you are considering hypnosis for your anger management. I don’t care WHY you’re angry, I care THAT you are so angry that it’s harmful to you.
It’s certainly helpful to determine what triggers your anger so that you can avoid those situations or people while you work on changing the way you think about them.
How do you know hypnosis will work for anger management?
I can never guarantee hypnosis will work for YOUR anger management, but I can tell you that it has worked for plenty of our patients at Summit Hypnosis and Wellness, both male and female, of all ages. It’s similar to bad habits and even addictions in that it is a habitual response to something that can be changed by tapping into the subconscious mind to shift how it reacts in certain situations.
Anger is about the past.
Yes, something is happening in the present moment. But the reason you get angry in a way that requires anger management is that whatever is happening now instantly brings you back to that moment when you first felt wronged. And it reminds you that you felt wronged time and time again, in a similar way. In short, anger happens when your past hurts are triggered and become your present hurt.
Let us help.
We can help you improve your relationships and your self-esteem.
We can help you with your impulse control.
We can help you craft a better life for yourself.
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