Anger-management resources

There are ways to get a handle on your anger, so you can enjoy healthy relationships with your battle buddies, family members, and friends.

Just the facts: Anger [PDF]
Learn the basics about anger—including typical triggers, responses, management strategies, and more—in this fact sheet from the Defense Health Agency.

Anger cues and measuring anger [PDF]
What sets you off? In this handout from the Defense Health Agency, learn how to measure the physical and behavioral warning signs that anger’s coming on, so you can handle it.

Anger assessment
Take’s anger self-assessment online, then access videos, workshops, and other resources to help manage your feelings.

Myths about anger [PDF]
Anger doesn’t have to lead to aggression. Find out more myths about anger from this Defense Health Agency fact sheet.

Conflict resolution [PDF]
Use this Defense Health Agency fact sheet to guide you in communications with your friends and family when you’re not on the same page about things.

Anger management for substance abuse and mental health clients [PDF]
This workbook from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) includes an overview on anger, anger cues and control plans, assertiveness, conflict resolution, family relationships, and more.

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