All of us feel all kinds of emotions in different situations and anger is one of them. However anger can sometimes be very uncomfortable for us and for the people around us and can cause serious damage if not properly channeled. Sometimes anger can be justified, but some people become violent, out of control, explosive and very angry in situations not really justified for such an explosion.
The first step in managing anger is to realize your need. Cognitive behavioral therapy has proven to be very effective to teach people the right way to deal with your anger. Cognitive behavioral therapy deals with thought patterns form when the person is angry and gives other means to react in the same situation. Anger is often accompanied by stress, depression and anxiety disorders. TCC is successful in treating these disorders and also a widely adopted treatment process.
Cognitive therapy focuses on the fact that our perception is responsible for the kind of feelings generated in our minds and a change in perception lead to behavioral change. Two different people can view the same situation differently. A painting may seem a beautiful art form and a dark color display to another. Cognitive behavioral therapy aims to treat cognitive distortions in our thoughts and replace negative thought patterns with positive ones.
Stress is usually the root cause of anger. When people are not happy with themselves, they resort to detention or anger, depending on their attitudes. cognitive approach has been very effective in treating anger disorders and those undergoing treatment for anger, they become surprisingly quiet and cool even in the future, after therapy is complete. cognitive distortions affecting our thinking, behaviors and reactions. The way we interpret, analyze and evaluate a situation plays an important role in the formation of our feelings.