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Question: I hate going outside…Every time I step out of my house I’m certain that the people I pass by on the street will say sly remarks about the way I look, or the way I dress or the way … Continue reading
News: November, 2017 8- hour Anger Management Class begins Tuesdays, Nov. 21 from 7-9 p.m. for four weeks in Oak Brook, IL. For clients/students who are court-ordered or for personal growth! Registration now closed.
What makes you angry? Disrespect, loud noises, unfriendly, self-centered people, put-downs, rude behavior, people who break the rules? Anger is normal and it is an energy which can help you accomplish goals. But, if you can’t detect your anger in … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what causes anger to rear it’s ugly head so quickly? In our books I have talked about how expectations, self-talk and choices trigger and amplify anger. Anger is ultimately a physiological and a cognitive response to … Continue reading
Listen here to this podcast! I recently received this Question: When I get angry, I blow up so fast that I don’t have time to stop and think or ask for God’s wisdom. I know all of these things would … Continue reading
What’s Good About Anger is unique because the book and curriculum emphasize the following: Anger is an emotion and force that is good when it is expressed in healthy ways to achieve healthy goals. The physiological process of anger happens … Continue reading
Question: Basically one of those little things happen where somebody is rude or whatever, and I cannot it go, it bothers me forever. And in most cases, I’ve done nothing wrong, and I should just be able to go, “Wow, … Continue reading
NAMA is now recommending new standards for certification as a Certified Anger Management Specialist-II. Read about the new standards here. If you are a CAMS-I you can work towards the next level by meeting requirements based on your credentials, education … Continue reading