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Anger Doesn't Have To Be A Four Letter Word

Anger can be one of the most destructive forces in a relationship, and it can be incredibly difficult to overcome. These resources can help counsel you through issues like overcoming anger, dealing with situations that cause it, and repairing the relationships that anger has affected.

Dealing With Anger in Your Marriage

Marriage provides motivation to learn how to manage anger, which often stems from hurt, fear or frustration. What are healthy ways to deal with anger?

Women and Anger

Learning how to attack the issues without attacking people can be a challenge. If you've ever struggled with anger, Lysa Terkeurst offers a few insights that might help.

You Can Control Your Anger

Anger is a powerful emotion, but as empowering as it may feel, uncontrolled anger usually causes more damage than it solves.

Personal Anger Assessment

Take this assessment and learn how to manage your anger.

Changing an Angry Spirit

When anger grips us, look for ways to re-balance your life; instead of succumbing to its influence, learn to identify clues on how to be a positive and redemptive influence.

What Our Anger Is Telling Us

Anger not only says something about what just happened; it also says something about our own hearts. What we become angry about reveals what we love.

Helping Kids Learn to Handle Anger

Everybody gets mad sometimes, and kids are no exception. Anger is natural, but learning how to handle anger will mean stepping away from what is natural. Children handle their anger differently so you might not be able to use the same techniques as your friends. It’s even likely that your own kids will need different methods. But there are some basic ideas that can help you teach kids what to do when the anger boils up.

How Can We Be Angry and Not Sin?

Being angry and not sinning requires the discernment of constant practice because so much of our anger is rooted in our prideful, selfish sin nature. Emotionally, it can be very difficult to distinguish between sinful and righteous anger. But because it is something God calls us to, we must press into it.

Dealing With Your Anger

Instead of expressing your anger in ways that hurt those around you, it is possible to express your anger in a way that actually redeems difficult situations and relationships. How does this happen? It starts with understanding what anger is, where it comes from, and how a right relationship with God will actually change the way you view and express your anger.

Anger is a Choice

Anger is something everyone struggles with--whether it's our own emotion threatening to explode out of control or the anger of others that makes us feel intimidated and afraid. But when we understand where anger comes from, how it shows or doesn't show, then we can do something about it. Best-selling authors Tim LaHaye and Bob Phillips tell us what we need to know to control the emotion of anger.

Coping with Anger

This booklet offers helpful insight into the origins of anger as well as some helpful tips to combat its harmful consequences.

Dealing With Anger In Marriage 

This insightful article will give you an honest look at the presence of anger in your marriage and ways that you can replace that anger with reconciliation.

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