I feel Angry all the Time.

Do you find yourself unable to control your anger?

Do you lose your temper easily?

Do you sometimes overreact?

Do you find yourself having little or no patience?

Are you prone to angry violent outbursts and afterward left wondering how or why did that happen?

You could be experiencing anger due to past trauma, unaddressed negative emotions, fear of judgement, negative experiences, relationship issues, exhaustion and overwhelm etc.

The challenge is that holding onto anger within the nervous system is dangerous for health.

Holding onto anger also gives you the capacity to hurt others. That could be either physically, verbally, emotionally, or mentally.

The body can be affected with physical signs and symptoms of including increased blood pressure, Increased heart rate (therefore ongoing symptoms could in some cases cause heart attack), tingling sensation, muscle tension, headache.

Anger is the first of the big 5 negative emotions. The other 4 are Sadness, Fear, Hurt, and Guilt.

It is important to first recognise that there is a problem with anger.

Not dealing with it can be destructive to all areas of life including adding stress to family relationships. Friendships can fall apart, and some people even lose their employment.

From an NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) perspective it is important to get to the root cause of all the anger. Where did it come from in the first place?

There are some people who carry anger and resentment from childhood experiences, others could be angry about a failed relationship or job. The problem is that holding on and carrying this emotion holds us back from living our best life.

This problem can be solved.

I would love to chat further if you feel that this is you.

The solution could be just around the corner.