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ADHD Anger Management Directory

Impulsive behavior is a common effect of ADHD. One example of that is anger. People with ADHD have difficulty controlling their emotions, so they may display violent or hostile behavior that seems unwarranted. Anger management tactics can help those with ADHD and anger issues learn to manage emotions and handle anger properly. Support groups can offer a helping hand as well. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about the link between ADHD and anger management, how to control anger with ADHD, and much more.

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