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Anger Management Offers Adjunct to Treatment

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Cues to Anger: Four Categories

The following "cues to anger" are listed along with examples of the feelings or actions that accompany each one.
Cues to Anger Feelings or Actions
  1. Physical
Rapid heartbeat, tightness in chest, and feeling hot or flushed
  1. Behavioral
Pacing, clenching fists, raising the voice, or staring
  1. Emotional
Fear, hurt, jealousy, guilt
  1. Cognitive/thoughts
Hostile self-talk, images of aggression and revenge
Source: Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients

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