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Families and Anger

Physiological Responses to Anger
Emotions are directly related to feelings and thoughts, yet there is also a connection between the physical reactions and the emotions we experience.

Intervening in the Anger Cycle
Anger can make your body temperature rise, your muscles tense, and your jaws tighten. A sudden rush of adrenaline caused by anger can flush your face as your body energizes. How can you control these reactions?

Are You Mad Yet?
Anger, as with all emotions, comes from within. It is a normal reaction we have to something or someone, not something that is forced upon us.

It's Okay to Be Angry
While it is normal to be angry, and necessary to express anger, how anger is expressed affects how family members feel about each other.

How We Handle Anger
There are constructive and destructive ways to handle anger.

Free Floating Anger
Free floating anger refers to a generalized angry feeling that can affect a person’s view of the world, their approach to life, and their responses to events.

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