KNOWING WHEN ANGER IS A PROBLEM
It’s a good idea to try to try to find ways to cope with anger as soon as you realise it could be a problem.
This can help make sure you don’t deal with it in a way that damages your health or harms other people.
Sometimes when people don’t get help with their anger problem, they might end up trying to cope with it in other ways by self-harming, hurting other people, using alcohol or drugs or putting themselves into dangerous situations.
Built-up anger can also affect your sleep or your eating. And it can sometimes lead to depression and anxiety.
It's important to get help if you ever feel like your anger is out of control, if you start to feel angry often, or if your anger is stopping you from being happy and enjoying life
Dealing with anger can be hard because being angry means that you might not be thinking clearly. It's helpful to think about the ways you have dealt with anger in the past and if these still work for you.