Duration 1 hour, 7 minutes
Failing to manage your anger can lead to a variety of problems like saying things you regret, yelling at your kids, threatening your co-workers, sending rash emails, developing health problems, or even resorting to physical violence. But not all anger issues are that serious. Instead, your anger might involve wasting time thinking about upsetting events, getting frustrated in traffic, or venting about work.
Managing your anger doesn't mean never getting angry. Instead, it involves learning how to recognize, cope with, and express your anger in healthy and productive ways. Anger management is a skill that everyone can learn. Even if you think you have your anger under control, there’s always room for improvement.
Introduction Script (courtesy of verwellmind.com)
After this course, you will be better able to:
- Recognize how anger affects your body, your mind, and your behavior.
- Use the five-step method to break old patterns and replace them with a model for assertive anger.
- Control your own emotions when faced with other peoples’ anger.
- Identify ways to help other people safely manage some of their repressed or expressed anger.
Tamra Schnyder is a Graphic Designer passionate about developing graphics, photography, logo design, advertising, corporate identity, branding, and illustration.
Drawing on her experience as a small business owner, she strives to bring a unique and inventive outlook to her creative endeavours. Focusing on the customer, and listening to what they want, collaborating with them to make their business engaging and identifiable.
Tamra also uses her experience as an Instructor and Course Creator to bring knowledge to people in an easy to understand formula.
Tamra is a member of the Graphic Designers of Canada. She lives in Calgary, Alberta with her partner and fractious cat. She enjoys gardening, table-top role playing games, and cooking.
StartLearning Objectives (1:26)
StartWhat is Anger? (4:45)
StartManaging Your Anger Part 1 (3:08)
StartManaging Your Anger Part 2 (5:57)
StartThe Anger Process Part 1 (11:46)
StartThe Anger Process Part 2 (3:35)
StartHow Does Anger Affect Thinking (7:07)
StartManaging Anger Part 1 (3:00)
StartManaging Anger Part 2 (6:09)
StartCommunicating Better Part 1 (4:24)
StartCommunicating Better Part 2 (5:30)
StartBehavior Types (2:48)
StartTaking Control (8:44)