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Here are the resources we found for anger for young people:
How to Resolve an Argument
We can all get into arguments but how can you catch things up if the situation gets a bit tense? Daniel J. Layton joins Childline to offer up his tips on how to end arguments and find a compromise.
How to Manage Anger
Everyone gets angry sometimes – it’s perfectly natural. This week, Childline is joined by Bethan Leadley to talk about how to identify the triggers that make you angry and how to deal with outbursts of anger.
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Why am I so Aggressive?
Anger is a natural emotion, but when we are frequently aggressive, there will be an underlying reason. By looking into why and what you can do about being aggressive, you will be taking that first positive step in dealing with this feeling. By using the tools provided, you can actively take control.
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This webpage is for anyone who wants to learn how to deal with anger in a constructive and healthy way. It is also for anyone with a friend or family member who has a problem with anger.
Why am I so Angry?
Anger tells us we need to take action to put something right. It gives us strength and energy, and motivates us to act but for some people, anger can get out of control and cause problems with relationship, work and even the law.
How to Control your Anger
Anger is anormal, healthy emotion. However, it can be a problem if you find it difficult to keep it under control. You can control your anger, and you have a responsibility to do so; the NHS is here with some advice on how to deal with your anger.
Self-Help for Anger
Anger is a normal reaction and emotion. It can be very helpful as it motivates us to do something to right an injustice, but it can also lead to problems. This downloadable PDF help navigate the thoughts, phsyical sensations and behaviours that might be associated with anger, as well as what to do if you’re struggling with anger.