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About anger management... counselling banbury counselling counselling banbury counselling banbury c             Feeling angry is a normal and healthy emotion that can be used to sort out grievances or injustices. However, if poorly managed it can be destructive and can sometimes turn to aggression. When not expressed at all it can lead to depression, anxiety or relationship problems. Some signs of an anger problem are: banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling,

  • aggressive outbursts that cannot be controlled
  • controlling behaviour
  • rages when at work or driving
  • drug or alcohol dependence may cover up an anger problem
  • depression or anxiety may be an indication of introverted anger

Family or cultural patterns can lead to problems with anger which can be exacerbated through tiredness, stress or pain. Individually we all have triggers for anger. These triggers can be simple things like not being listened to or queue jumping. banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling,     How can therapy help? witney counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, witney         Therapy may help to give an understanding of what your individual triggers are and a chance to examine thoughts or beliefs associated with them. The aim is to achieve a balanced and appropriate response to feelings of anger.counselling oxfordshire, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney,     Contact us... counselling banbury counselling banbbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury                The content of this page is for general information only. In relation to your specific circumstance please feel free to contact us for an informal chat. banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury,

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