Not all anger is bad or destructive. The energy created by anger can be a positive force if directed towards positive things. For example, the organization MADD, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, was created when a group of Mothers who were mad about the terrible loss of life caused by Drunk Drivers, decided to harness that energy and use it as a force for good.
Many great accomplishments were made, movements started, and companies created when someone was angry about something. Be it a social injustice or just being angry about being in a bad job or situation, by channeling that energy towards something positive, many have been able to create positive change that has benefited many others.
On the other hand, we are all familiar with the negative effects of destructive anger. Every one of us has experienced it in one form or another. Every aspect of our lives has been affected in some way by anger, either ours or someone else’s.
Destructive anger can come in many ways, either overtly or subtlety. Negative words, sarcasm, criticism can be very destructive forms of anger, and can be just as harmful or worse than rage. The consequence of destructive anger is evident all around us on a daily basis.
Anger Coaching helps you work thru your own anger, as well as providing helpful tools to deal with the anger of others you may be in a relationship with.