You find yourself on-edge, constantly frustrated by every little thing. Sometimes it feels as if you go from 0 to 100 in seconds, but after your anger has passed you feel disappointment or guilt for how you reacted.
People accuse you of being demanding and never being satisfied. You are self-critical. You work hard and expect others to do the same, which leads you to feel let down time and time again.
Your spouse is frustrated by your behavior, and you are afraid your relationship may not survive. Your kids seem scared of you. And you hate that. You hate having to apologize, even when you realize you will probably react in the same way over and over again.
Your family, your co-workers, your friends, everyone has told you to “get help.” But you struggle with that because your anger feels justified, you just don’t want it to get out of control. Not thinking about it hasn’t worked, so maybe you are ready to try something new.
I can help you to understand the triggers to your anger, while helping you to reframe your negative thoughts and develop an action plan to manage those tough situations.
Schedule your free 20-minute consultation., and let’s talk about how I can help you to make these changes.