Anger is the emotional response to a perceived threat. Like all emotions, the intensity will vary from mild to severe, as well as infrequent to frequent. When individuals experience severe and frequent episodes of anger they may be demonstrating anger dysregulation, and with that, the possibility of aggressive or violent behaviours. Road rage, acting out, making threats, problems with coworkers, friends and family, and acts of intimidation are all examples of anger dysregulation.
Want to learn more? Email us TODAY