ANGER ON MY MIND

Anger and the “center of the world” syndrome

Posted on: April 29, 2008

Some individuals are convinced that their way is the best way. They tend to angrily force (this can and is often done in very subtle ways-gestures, facial expressions) others to do things their way while neglecting the fact that others have opinions that need to be respected. This tendency represents poor emotional intelligence and a lack of communication skills. Therefore a key component of any credible anger management program is teaching emotional intelligence and communication skills.

A major part of what is done in our anger management class is to teach the participant how to avoid the center of the world syndrome. If you have the center of the world syndrome you may need an anger management class. For a anger management provider in your area visits www.masteringanger.com   

    

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