Anger becomes a problem when you aren’t able to manage it or you act out because of it. It’s also problematic when someone gets caught up in anger they aren’t able to process and move forward.
Anger is a natural emotion that everyone experiences. But even problematic anger isn’t always abusive. If you struggle to control your anger or you feel angry more than you’d like, you might want to seek support and change, but this doesn’t make you an abusive person.
Anger becomes abusive when it causes you to lash out, intentionally at someone else.Read More
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