Anger Management Directory
Anger is a very powerful emotion that can stem from feelings of frustration, hurt, annoyance, or disappointment. Knowing how to recognize and express anger in appropriate ways can help people to reach goals, handle emergencies, and solve problems. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about anger management, how to handle anger, when to be concerned, and much more.
Mental Health and Anger Management
Uncontrolled anger can affect many aspects of your life, including your health and relationships. Learn more from WebMD about anger management.
Anger Management Tips
WebMD explains anger and managing anger.
Men and Anger Management
Anger is a very powerful emotion that can stem from feelings of frustration, hurt, annoyance, or disappointment. Learn more from WebMD on managing this normal human emotion.
What Is Self-Injury Disorder?
WebMD explains self-injury behaviors, including their causes, warning signs, and treatments.
Angry Grownups Are Real Spoilsports
Alarmed by an epidemic of violence at kids' sporting events, organizations around the country are playing hardball with adults behaving badly.
Anger Control for Men
Anger can be both healthy and unhealthy. Learn what causes it and what you can do to make it work for you, not against you.
Rein In the Rage: Anger and Heart Disease
Experts explore the connection between anger and heart disease, and give tips for getting your anger under control.
Irritable Male Syndrome: Fact or Fiction?
As men age, their testosterone naturally goes down. But does it cause them to become grumpy old men?
How Breathing Can Aid Relaxation
Psychologist Patricia Farrell, PhD, demonstrates how to use deep breathing to reduce stress wherever you are.
Relieve Your Driving Stress
You don't have to let traffic get the best of you. Try these simple stress-relief techniques to put the brakes on road rage.
Understanding Stress Levels
Lifestyle medicine specialist, Dr. James Rippe, explains how to gauge stress levels.
5 Signs That You're Angry
How to Find Your Way to Forgiveness
How to Keep Your Anger Under Control
How to Stop Playing the 'Blame Game'?