Anger is a completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion. However it is important to understand that YOUR anger is your emotion and no one can “cause” it.
Other people may cause situations that you find frustrating or they may act in ways that you dislike and your anger can be useful to express strong feelings and deal with situations so long as you keep it mild and under control.
Anger can also result from misunderstandings or poor communication between people. It is usually linked with other negative emotions or is a response to them. You may be feeling hurt, frightened, disappointed, worried, embarrassed or frustrated, but may express these sorts of feelings as anger.
When something happens that leaves you feeling some form of trauma, those feelings are stored in your body and your cells are still holding that anger, fear, pain, frustration and bewilderment.
That trauma is still there as buried stress or unexplained anger deep inside. It doesn’t go away until you release it.
And if you bury anger it can turn on your own body, causing harm to your immune system with many harmful consequences including serious illness like autoimmune disease and cancer.
You do need to release that negative emotion and the cause of it so that you can return to a calm and happy life.
If something has left you angry, the frontal lobes of your brain are switched off so you are no longer thinking clearly and it is all about the anger – you are not healing.
You end up behaving in a way that can be destructive and lead to problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life.
When you get angry, your heart rate and blood pressure rise and stress hormones are released. This can cause you to shake, become hot and sweaty and feel out of control.
When people have angry feelings, they often behave in angry ways like yelling, throwing things, criticising, ignoring, storming out and sometimes withdrawing and doing nothing.
Anger can often lead to violence if not properly controlled and some people use anger as an excuse for being abusive towards others. Violence and abusive behaviour gives someone power and control over another person usually through creating fear.
The special hypnotic trauma process that I use allows you to get rid of that anger by dealing safely with the initial and also ongoing cause of the problem in a way that all the cells of your body are able to heal
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