25% of the population worries about how angry they feel sometimes. Anger can be caused by loss of loved ones, disagreements, technology, road rage, and even work. Almost half of the working population has reported getting excessively angry at work, and 1 in 4 admit to having road rage. 1 in 3 people say that a close friend or family member of theirs has trouble controlling their anger, and over 60% of people also agree that people are getting angrier over time. Recently, 1 in 5 people have admitted to ending a long-term relationship because they were uncontrollably angry. Despite the growing rate of anger, less than 13% of people who say they have trouble controlling their anger actually seek help, and half don’t know where to look. Look no further and feel better now!
While diagnosis by a licensed professional is needed, these are common symptoms associated with Anger.