Anger is a feeling, a natural emotion, a human response to your safety, well-being, and happiness.
Every human experiences anger, with some people more intensely and frequently than others.
Though anger is one of the most common emotions known to the human race, few people are skilled at reacting to this feeling with complete effectiveness.
Many of us rely on a few specific responses that we learned as children and continue to use as adults.
These responses can turn into constructive or destructive behavior.
Recognizing what makes us angry can help us find better ways to cope with this emotion.
It's not whether we get angry, but what we do with our anger that matters.
Those who have studied anger indicate that more anger is developed in marriage relationships than in any other relationship.
Unresolved anger is the principal cause of violence towards another person.
Successful anger management can mean the difference between marital joy or absolute misery.