1. Why am I so angry?
  2. I do not want to live being angry all the time.
  3. Being angry has caused me to lose friendships and/or family members in my life.
  • DVT Program- Dialectical Behavior Therapy is a treatment designed to help people understand and ultimately affect the relationship between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. DBT is sometimes used for individuals who struggle with self-harm or self-mutilation (cutting) behaviors, and suicidal thoughts, urges, or attempts.
  • Stress Reduction Program-is an eight week program for patients, also taught bilingually, offers a variety of relaxation and meditation techniques including awareness of breathing, guided relaxation, gentle stretching, and walking meditation.
  • First thing you can do when you get angry is to walk away.
  • Recognize and accept the emotion.
  • Try to pinpoint the exact reason(s) why you feel angry.
  • Let the other person speak first. After they have finished, ask if you can speak. Be as calm as you can.
  • Do something physical like go for a run.
  • Talk to someone you trust, such as another friend, family member, or a therapist.
  • You could even use a diary to write down your outbursts.
  • Learn relaxation techniques, such as yoga or meditation. Read a novel. Or you can read Psalms 37:8 and Ecclesiastes 4:26, in King James Bible.

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