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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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Anger is a normal emotion to feel, just as it is normal to feel happy or sad. However, when anger is not expressed in a healthy and positive manner it can become out of control and lead to all kids of problems. This webpage from Support Line gives help and advice for dealing with anger in a variety of different situations.
Anger can be a confusing emotion for many reasons. Young people can often feel overwhelmed with the anger they are feeling and not understand how to fully express their anger. This webpage provided by Mood Cafe aims to answer some common questions about anger, as well as what you can do about it.
Dealing with Anger
Sometimes a bit of anger can be a very good thing, especially when it prompts us to tackle social injustices, but when it comes to ‘losing it’ and harming yourself or someone else, that’s different. In this article, The Mix looks at how you can control your anger.
Although anger is a normal emotion, persistent or uncontrollable anger can have very serious consequences.
This page from the Black Country CAMHS site provides an introduction to anger, including generalised anxiety and social anxiety. It includes tips to support young people, and a set of additional links.
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.