What Are The Signs of Anger Issues?

  1. Frequent outbursts of anger: People with anger issues may have frequent and intense outbursts of anger that are disproportionate to the situation.
  2. Difficulty controlling anger: They may struggle to control their anger and may feel like their anger is taking over their thoughts and actions.
  3. Physical symptoms: When someone is angry, they may experience physical symptoms like a racing heart, sweating, shaking, or tension in the body.
  4. Verbal or physical aggression: Anger issues can lead to verbal or physical aggression, such as shouting, slamming doors, or even violence.
  5. Passive-aggressive behaviour: Sometimes, people with anger issues may express their anger in more subtle ways, such as sarcasm, passive-aggressive behaviour, or giving others the silent treatment.
  6. Blaming others: People with anger issues may have a tendency to blame others for their problems and may struggle to take responsibility for their actions.
  7. Social isolation: Anger issues can lead to social isolation, as people may struggle to maintain relationships with others due to their outbursts of anger.
It is important to note that experiencing anger is a normal human emotion. However, if someone's anger is causing problems in their life, it may be a sign that they need to seek help to learn how to manage their anger more effectively.


May 8, 2020
Las Vegas
Additionally, chronic anger and outbursts can lead to physical health problems such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and weakened immune systems. It can also have negative effects on mental health, leading to increased stress, anxiety, and depression.
If someone is struggling with anger issues, seeking professional help from a therapist or counselor can be beneficial. Cognitive-behavioral therapy, anger management therapy, and relaxation techniques are some approaches that can help individuals learn to manage their anger and express it in healthier ways. It is important for individuals to take responsibility for their behavior and seek support to prevent their anger from causing harm to themselves or others.


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Dec 7, 2022
I take back what I said earlier, this thread is not making me angry, it's making me VERY angry!

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