Anger is a result of thinking that we have been unfairly treated or disrespected, or that others have broken or fallen short of our rules, standards or expectations, and we won’t stand for it.

Thinking this way leads us to feel angry, which stimulates the body’s adrenaline response which is our body’s way of helping us to cope with either fighting or running away (‘fight or flight’ response).    We respond to those thoughts and feelings, by acting, or feeling an urge to act, in threatening or aggressive ways which can have very damaging effects to your mental and physical health as well as the wellbeing of those around you.

This MindTALK will help you to gain control of your emotions by re-routing thinking patterns and resetting your brains initial instinctive anger responses.