That feeling of hot, prickly anger that overwhelms you. Clenched teeth and nails digging into your palms. Anxiety can often trigger debilitating anger. When Anxiety Triggers Anger.
Anxiety gives you that sense of being out of control of yourself and your emotions.
When that loss of control overflows, anger is the result. After the anger has passed, a sense of guilt and shame remains. Eliminating your anxiety is the most important part of stopping anxiety induced anger. Whilst you’re working on this, these 3 points will help:
Remember – When anxiety triggers anger there are lots of ways to get help with anxiety. Ask your GP to put you on the waiting list for CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy). Ask around for a recommendation or look online for somebody privately (www.BABCP.co.uk).
You could also try some of the CBT based self-help books. Don’t give up, there are effective solutions that will banish your anxiety.
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