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Anger Management

People get angry when an event or situation has provoked their anger. Learn your anger triggers and the warning signs that you are getting angry. This can help you manage how you respond to anger.
Coping with Anger
Anger is a common response to trauma. The military teaches you to react very quickly to possible dangers. But sometimes a fast or aggressive response to everyday life creates problems.
Getting angry involves the responses in your body and thoughts in your mind. Learning anger management skills is a good way to decrease your anger. To reduce your anger, you need some tools to target your thoughts.
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