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Life is filled with events or situations that can cause us to get angry. Anger is a common reaction to disagreements or inconvenience. Most times people can experience anger without losing control. Mild anger can in fact be useful at times to help us express strong feelings and deal with situations. However, when you experience excessive or uncontrollable anger that persists over a long period of time, it can be a sign of a serious condition that requires professional assistance.
If one or more of these problems describes your situation, you may require professional help:
Charlie was at a bar having a conversation with another customer, when he felt the customer insulted him. Instead of asking what was meant by the comment or simply walking away, Charlie punched the other customer in the face. Prior to entering the bar, Charlie noticed that he was feeling edgy and had a heightened energy level. After the incident, he felt both a release of tension and guilt over his actions. He returned home and continued to worry about his inability to control his anger. The experience left him feeling fatigued and depressed.
Anger has many causes. But it’s important to remember, you are not alone. The clinical staff at Belmont Behavioral Health can help you understand what you are going through and work with you to develop a plan to help get your life back.
When you need to talk to someone, turn to Belmont.Call 1-800-220-HELP (4357) or (215) 456-8000 to get the help you need.
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