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What increases my risk of having an anger control problem?

Diana Meeks
Diana Meeks on behalf of Sigma Nursing
Family Practitioner

There are several risk factors that increase your chance of developing an anger control problem. How you deal with your anger is something that you learn throughout your life. If you did not learn healthy coping or anger management techniques, you will be more prone to having difficulty controlling your anger. In addition, anger control issues can be observed in families, so if you have a parent who had anger issues, you may also experience this.

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