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Anger Management Statistics

Some sobering anger related statistics:

  65% of office workers have experienced office rage. 45% of staff regularly lose their temper at work. 53% of people have been the victims of bullying at work. 65% of people express anger over the phone, 26% in writing and 9% face to face.


Key statistics from the anger management report are:

• 64% say that the world is becoming an angrier place.

• Almost a third of people polled (32%) say they have a close friend or family member who has trouble controlling their anger.

• More than one in ten (12%) say that they have trouble controlling their own anger.

• More than one in four people (28%) say that they worry about how angry they sometimes feel.

• One in five of people (20%) say that they have ended a relationship or friendship with someone because of how they behaved when they were angry.

• Fewer than one in seven (13%) of those people who say they have trouble controlling their anger have sought help for their anger problems.

• 58% of people wouldn’t know where to seek help if they needed help with an anger problem.

• 84% agree that people should be encouraged to seek help if they have problems with anger.

• 90% found training classes provided them greater opportunity to learn and grow instead of using counselors therapist, doctors or social workers, or employers 


Greater Dallas Lifeskills has  provided classes seminars and training certification addressed the Anger Epidemic since 2004. 

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Historical Facts

 In 320 B.C., the Greek philosopher, Aristotle stated, “anybody can become angry – that is easy. However, to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way – that requires wisdom.” Presently, wisdom seems to be in short supply throughout the world. Anger is growing in terms of frequency, intensity and duration.

Anger Can Alter and Can Cost You Everything

 Anger can range from tepid annoyance to mindless rage. While anger is a normal human emotion, ongoing impulsive anger often leads to massive, sometimes irrevocable, problems in  interpersonal relationships, work and on general quality of life. People that have difficulty managing anger are susceptible to road rage, verbal and physical violence, and some may find themselves in legal trouble due to anger-fueled incidents. Recently, the Mental Health Organization launched a report ‘Boiling Point’ about problem anger, how it affects individuals, families and communities, and what we can do to minimize the harm it causes


The Danger of Uncontrollable Anger

 Almost 9 percent of American adults — or about 22 million people — have a history of impulsive angry behavior and have easy access to at least one gun, according to a study published last week in the journal Behavioral Sciences & the Law.

Furthermore, about 1.5 percent of people — about 3.7 million people — have impulsive anger issues and carry guns around with them when they are outside their homes. We’re not talking here about run-of-the-mill anger. The adults identified in this study as being impulsively angry reported that they lose their temper to the point of having uncontrollable “tantrums,” which sometimes include breaking or smashing things or getting into a physical fight. Needless to say, the study’s findings are worrisome. Impulsive anger is a risk factor for aggressive or violent acts — acts that can become especially deadly when guns are near at hand. 



Anger Management Classes Teach 

 While the statistics are out there is no need for you to become one. Your life can change and be directed in ways you have never thought it could. Positive change comes from the discovery and willingness to take progressions and directions that will yield you growth and love. The classes work and are more therapeutic than the throwing up on the couch you are doing. Traditional counseling is a single approach to dual issues. It hard to attend one session and at least one of the two people come out disconnected all because the counselor was trained to find the bad guy.  



Position Yourself For Re-Direction:

• ABCs of Anger will never address the real issues, its a by-word.A term pulled out of the air to sell you on a simple way to address your complex issues.​

• No-one can control an emotion, because until you understand where they come from and how they play rolls you will be in a chase after your own tail.

• No one can make you mad. In other words no-one has the ability to create an emotion in you. No one has that power over your emotions, you control that.

• Taking classes to fix other people will is like putting a bandage on the person not bleeding in order to stop the next person from bleeding who really needs the bandage

​​​​​•  Anger is not just about emotions it has many other contributors and some are more complicated than a mere trigger.

So don't self-diagnose yourself.

•People by the best  shoes from shoes, best food , best  and best clothes but they get good behavioral and mental help  as cheaply as possible and free if they can find it. 

• Self help is a great way to make positive progressions in life, but self medication is a dangerous practice, physician heal thyself won't work with anger issues.

• People think court ordered people and court ordered classes are beneath their issues, not understanding they may be able to learn from them before  they get court ordered.

• Parents after divorce don't realize that that children get divorced to and that part of child's issues stem from the parents. So parents don't send your kids to classes unless you go to.   

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