If you feel you know someone who suffers from aggressive anger you may want to compare your observations with the symptoms below.
You will not be punished for your anger,
If your suspicions prove true then encouraging this person to seek help will benefit far more than just the anger issues.
Feelings that intensify anger also attack an individual’s health.
You will be punished by your anger.
This negative energy can show up in many different forms of illnesses to numerous to list. Bad habits are nurtured as you seek relief from these emotions, this may include drinking, smoking, or the use of drugs for escape. Usually family and friends suffer as they endure outbursts that are emotionally hurtful and maybe physically abusive.
Counseling in stress management can teach you how to handle negative stressors as they arise. Intensive skills such as altering your thought process will eliminate use-to-be triggers that would have lead to an explosive event. Many techniques help you through self exploration leaving you with a unique sense of self and appreciation for your surroundings.
If the individual is resistant to getting help, you may want to speak to your own personal physician for suggestions and avenues of help that are available in your local area.
Some of the Symptoms of Aggressive Anger are:
- Threats - frightening people by saying how you could harm them, their property or their prospects, finger pointing, fist shaking, wearing clothes or symbols associated with violent behavior.
- Road Rage
- behavior such as tailgating, excessively blowing a car horn, and speeding.
- Destructiveness – may result in the destruction of objects, harming animals, destroying a relationship between two people, reckless driving, alcohol abuse.
- Bullying - threatening people directly, persecuting, pushing or shoving, using power to oppress, shouting, using a car to force someone off the road, playing on people’s weaknesses.
- Unjust blaming - accusing other people for your own mistakes, blaming people for your own feelings, making general accusations.
- manic – may be seen in the individual by
them speaking too fast, walking too fast, working
too much and expecting others to fit in, driving too
fast, reckless spending.
- Hurtfulness - physical violence, verbal abuse, biased or vulgar jokes, breaking a confidence, playing loud music, using foul language, ignoring people’s feelings, willfully discriminating, blaming, punishing people for unwarranted deeds, labeling others.
- Grandiosity - showing off, expressing mistrust, not delegating, being a poor loser, wanting center stage all the time, not listening, talking over people’s heads, expecting kiss and make-up sessions to solve problems.
- Selfishness - ignoring other’s needs and not responding to requests for help.
- Vengeance - refusing to forgive and forget, bringing up hurtful memories from the past.
- Unpredictability - explosive rages over minor frustrations, attacking indiscriminately, dispensing unjust punishment, inflicting harm on others for the sake of it or expressing illogical arguments.
Aggressive anger may start at a young age and may be curbed through learning the many other outlets while correcting communication and thought process and response actions. If simple corrections don't remedy the situations then further help will be of great value for the future of the child.
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