Getting angry is a typical reaction. Someone or anything can trigger your anger. However, the problem lies in how you express your anger. Moreover, the degree of anger you express. In general, an angry response would be fleeting. In other words, once you’ve let out your frustration or annoyance, then it’s over.
Then again, if you’re unable to control it and it gets out of hand then it could lead you to do any of the following:
- Yell at the person or in some cases the object causing your anger.
- Become verbally abusive towards others.
- You might get physical and start to break things – worst, and you might end up hitting someone or something to let out your rage
On the other hand, some forms of extreme rage take on a different way of expression. You might start to keep yourself away from others, in particular anyone who has angered you and you start to become withdrawn.
If left unchecked, your anger issues can affect your personal and professional relationships. If this is starting to show, then it’s in your best interest to seek the help of People Psychology in the Melbourne CBD if you or anyone you love has anger management issues.