Hypnotherapy to release anger: how angry are you?

Are you angry? What would it mean to you to regain your sense of calmness and control, reacting appropriately to things like other people seem easily to? 

Anger Awareness Week takes place in December and is a good time to consider this emotion and whether your anger is a problem for you. 

Hypnotherapy can be a very effective way of reducing anger so that rather than letting it define you as an ‘angry person’, it only kicks in when it is justified or warranted. You will also feel a lot calmer in life and be able to deal with things in the way that other people just seem to.

Maybe you are angry about

something specific – an event from the past such as a relationship breakdown or the grief from losing someone you love. Or maybe you just find that you are angry, frustrated and irritable most of the time – taking it out on those around you in a destructive way.

The Purpose of Anger

Anger is part of the range of emotions that we all experience from time to time, like fear and guilt. It’s there to protect us by making us ‘fight’ either with words or deeds when our personal boundaries have been invaded or we are being hurt or ignored in some way. It’s a perfectly natural state that can become a problem if experienced too intensely, too frequently or over relatively minor issues.

Sometimes your anger can be related to inescapable stress or anxiety or as a coping mechanism for other things such as depression. It can start to become a more and more frequent response and grow more intense. It can lead to alienation from friends and family, relationship breakdowns and seeking relief with alcohol or drugs. 

It can also build up over many years as a mechanism for dealing with unresolved things – the things you didn’t say or do at the time, or maybe you experienced embarrassment or felt unfairly treated.

Where most people would react with frustration or anger limited to raising their voice or speaking ‘in the heat of the moment’, if anger is a problem you may react intensely and forcefully and find that anger stays with you for long periods afterwards. It may become a habit that kicks in over more and more situations and can lead to a feeling of remorse after the event.

Help With Anger

Would you like to feel calmer and more in control again? What would it mean to you?

Want to find out more? Then contact me now to arrange a free 30 minute initial consultation so you can find out how right hypnotherapy is for you before you go ahead. Call me on 01353 669941 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Appointments are available in Ely & Newmarket. 

Dan Regan

Hypnotherapist & Coach

Hypnotherapy Ely, Newmarket

www.danreganhypnotherapy.co.uk

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