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That definition alone does not sound so bad. However, it does not give any information about what happens when those feelings of hostility escalate into stronger emotions. Charles Spielberger, PhD, a psychologist whose field of study is anger, defines anger as, “an emotional state that varies in intensity from mild irritation to intense fury and rage” (Controlling). Benjamin Franklin, wrote in Poor Richard’s Almanac “Anger is never without a reason, but seldom with a good one” (Williams 60). Anger is usually normal and, in fact, healthy, until it gets out of control.
Anger is one of the most common emotions that people have to deal with. Page 43 Conducting An Anger Management Workshop Elaborate a little more here. Ask stimulating questions like: So can you recognize where your anger steams from? Are you ready to recover from your anger related problems? Does your anger arise when you feel unfairly treated and overlooked? What is the purpose of anger? ) Page 44 Conducting An Anger Management Workshop It is hard to understand the purpose of Anger. The below illustration may help participants to understand the purpose of Anger a little more.
Idiom 6. with a vengeance, a. with force or violence. b. greatly; extremely. c. to an unreasonable, excessive, or surprising degree: He attacked the job with a vengeance. Page 61 Conducting An Anger Management Workshop REMEMBER! You are in control of you. You control everything you do, your thoughts your actions. Different things can influence you, ultimately the decision is yours. Page 62 Conducting An Anger Management Workshop So what where the” hot” thought that you have had lately? Change those “hot” into “cool” thoughts?