Do you worry that your anger issues may contribute to your current assault charge? Assault charges can result in severe, life-changing penalties. People often struggle with anger without understanding why they experience it as intensely as they do.
If you struggle with anger, you may need to treat the underlying cause to prevent future incidents.
What may indicate a problem with anger?
There are three different types of anger. Anger may manifest outwardly, inwardly or passively. If you have outward anger, you are more likely to find yourself amid a physical fight. People who experience outward irritation tend to have physical and verbal disputes. Inwardly angry people, on the other hand, tend to self-harm and isolate themselves from their family and friends. Passively angry people are indirect, sarcastic and quiet. However, over time, all forms of anger can build up and become more explosive.
It could indicate a problem if you have difficulty controlling your anger or if it impacts your relationships.
Why are some people angrier than others?
There are various reasons that some people experience anger differently than others. First, some people are just wired with a lower tolerance for frustration. The environment can also play a role. Children who grow up in a chaotic environment tend to have trouble controlling their feelings and may find it difficult to control their anger as adults.
There are ways that you can learn to control your anger. Through cognitive behavioral therapy, relaxation techniques and anger management classes, you can learn to prevent future incidents.