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Certified Anger Resolution Therapist Training

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Learn Clinically Proven, Effective Skills to help clients conquer rage addictions and express anger in safer, saner ways.

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Court-Mandated Anger Certificate and Court-Mandated Anger Counseling Class
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Anger Buster Five Evening Training Class
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Anger Buster Two-Day
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Anger Buster One-Day
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Anger Buster Half-Day
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Anger Management Training Institute

The Cost of Anger

Back in the 1700's there was a British physician called John Hunter. He had a very bad temper and, not surprisingly, suffered from a heart disorder called angina pectoris. And he had a habit of remarking: "My life is at the mercy of any scoundrel who chooses to put me in a passion".

This proved quite prophetic. At a meeting of the board of St. Georges Hospital in London he became involved in a heated argument, walked out, and dropped dead...

Health, relationships, liberty & self esteem

Most people are aware that on-going anger can eventually lead to a number of physical illnesses, notably heart disease.

But it also has other, and much more immediate, unpleasant effects. It consumes huge amounts of mental and physical energy, takes from our enjoyment of life, interferes with constructive and useful thinking, threatens our relationships and career prospects, undermines our self esteem and, in extremes, can so obsesses us that it crowds most other thoughts from our minds.

Anger makes you the victim!

After an angry exchange you can be affected you for hours or even days as you endlessly go over the event in your mind, churning up the anger feelings and adding to them. And during this period your mood is being ruled by the memory of the person you are angry with and not by you. You are a victim of the event.

When you allow someone else's behaviour to make you angry you are indeed the victim. They are likely to go off and forget about it. You are being controlled by them without their even knowing about it - as you fume and fret and relive the event for days or months afterwards - while trying to enjoy yourself with friends or family, while relaxing on the beach, or while trying to sleep at night.


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The Anger Management Training Institute offers practical, common-sense, effective programs, classes, courses and seminars to help anger addicts break the cycle of rage.