Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on Anger Management Course and Negative Repercussions on Relationships. It needs to be at least 1500 words. This complexity contributes in some ways to the lack of research that exists.
First, anger is a “frequent human experience that can be healthy or disturbed” (DiGiuseppe ‘End piece’ 366). In healthy manifestation, anger is intended to act as an alert system to warn us of the potential threats and to encourage us to take corrective actions (DeAngelis 44-45). In this way, it is a positive, adaptive response. The distinction between when anger is healthy and when it is disturbed is of some debate. Tangney, Hill-Barlow, et al., have suggested that the goals of one’s anger are good predictors of healthy verse problematic anger (cited in DiGiuseppe ‘End piece’ 366). This suggestion becomes problematic in two ways. First, it does not account for cultural differences and value systems. Second, it does not clearly define the appropriateness of anger expression. It does, however, support the rationalization that some angry people use to justify their anger.
While healthy anger can result in making choices that create an atmosphere for understanding, protection, and getting needs met, inappropriate anger may result in miscommunication, hostility, and isolation. For this reason, professionals have long sought a way to manage and redirect negative anger reactions into positive channels.
Second, anger can be expressed in a variety of ways. (Deffenbacher, et al. 575). These expressions may have either positive or negative impacts on a relationship. Deffenbacher argues that the diversity of the behavioral component of anger has provided confusion in defining anger and has contributed to the delay in professional understanding (cited in DiGiuseppe ‘End piece’ 366). Because mainstream society depicts the angry person as the one who acts outwardly, he is usually the only party for whom anger management treatment is suggested. More typically, angry people gravitate towards others who tolerate them either because it fulfills a familiar pattern or compliments their personality style.