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Updated 09 February 2015

All the rage

Think of the last time you were really angry. When your boss took credit for work you did? When your husband came home late on your birthday?

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Ready to detonate? Read what our forum users and CyberShrink have to say on losing it.

Think of the last time you were really angry. When your boss took credit for work you did?

When your husband came home late on your birthday? When your child lost his fourth school jersey this winter?

Read about the blinding anger that this forum user feels when a taxi cuts in in front of her.

According to CyberShrink, learning anger management skills is of the utmost importance.

Anger, when allowed to spiral out of control, can have a negative effect on health and relationships, according to CyberShrink.

Uncontrollable anger can lead to headaches, disturbed sleep patterns, skin problems, heart and digestive complaints, to name but a few.

Not to mention the damage that anger can do within the family unit.

So what now? Find out what an expert in anger management has to say about how to learn to communicate, how to think before you act, and how to resolve issues to control your anger.

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