The 5 stages of anger

  • The first indicator is noticeable in a person’s face
  • The second is a louder voice
  • The third is the use of harsh or foul language
  • The fourth is threats
  • The final stage is the execution of the threats and sometimes violence

Anger is a problem when it becomes uncontrollable. It may spontaneously increase to the level that causes psychological personal distress resulting in permanent physical harm such as heart attacks and strokes. Anger outbursts often ruin our closest relationships. Everyone experiences anger and frustration but it commonly begins with stress. It can then escalate into a serious problem when it results in uncontrollable violence.

The 5 stages of anger

  • The first indicator is noticeable in a person’s face
  • The second is a louder voice
  • The third is the use of harsh or foul language
  • The fourth is threats
  • The final stage is the execution of the threats and sometimes violence

Anger is a problem when it becomes uncontrollable. It may spontaneously increase to the level that causes psychological personal distress resulting in permanent physical harm such as heart attacks and strokes. Anger outbursts often ruin our closest relationships. Everyone experiences anger and frustration but it commonly begins with stress. It can then escalate into a serious problem when it results in uncontrollable violence.

What to do when you recognize the escalation of negative emotions

Through our Anger Management program, you will learn to identify these progressive anger stages and create a plan for handling your emotions in a more effective way.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

All too often there is a residual effect on victims or witnesses of traumatic events. These tragedies may include military combat, abuse or assault, automobile accidents, or natural disasters. Police officers, firefighters, and rescue workers witness horrific events and it is difficult to shake off the overwhelming impact of these experiences. All too often the disturbing memories can affect a person’s social interactions and sleep habits. We have personal experience in this area and can offer help with your healing. Contact us, come in and we can talk.

What to do when you recognize the escalation of negative emotions

Through our Anger Management program, you will learn to identify these progressive anger stages and create a plan for handling your emotions in a more effective way.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

All too often there is a residual effect on victims or witnesses of traumatic events. These tragedies may include military combat, abuse or assault, automobile accidents, or natural disasters. Police officers, firefighters, and rescue workers witness horrific events and it is difficult to shake off the overwhelming impact of these experiences. All too often the disturbing memories can affect a person’s social interactions and sleep habits. We have personal experience in this area and can offer help with your healing. Contact us, come in and we can talk.

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