Intelligent Anger Management – Take Control, Be Productive

Learn To Create New Outcomes & Results, Manage Stress, And More Through Intelligent Anger Management Skills


Anger Management

In short, anger management starts from understanding the nature of anger. In order to control your temper, it’s crucial to understand how you became short-tempered and what triggers your outbursts. When you manage anger well, you perform better at work or school and have a strong support network around you. You also have good self-esteem that prevents you from being easily provoked by others.

Short Temper and Anxiety!

The first step towards managing anger is acknowledging that a short temper isn’t just a minor problem – it’s a serious issue that needs attention. However, as with any other cause for concern, knowing the warning signs alone doesn’t automatically lead to change. For one thing, many people tend to downplay their short temper, diminishing its effect on their life. Some tend to dismiss short-tempered behavior as a normal reaction, even though short-tempered outbursts are not healthy traits in themselves because violence is never the answer.

Short Temper Symptoms  

Short-tempered symptoms are accustomed to the anger triggers and responses to it. and how they might be able to cope with it when it happens or when it appears. Understanding why one becomes short-tempered can help them avoid becoming short-tempered in the future. It’s important to have self-esteem that prevents being easily provoked but also knowing when a short temper affects work/school performance and having a support system around you. 

If short-tempered symptoms bother you, then it seems like anger adversely affects your daily activities. This can be anything from yelling at the top of your lungs, slamming doors or cupboard doors so hard it makes you jump, throwing dishes across the room, to kicking walls and punching holes in the wall. 

Here are some short temper symptoms:

  • Swearing or shouting at others
  • Feeling restless and edgy most of the time
  • Suddenly becoming quiet or withdrawn after losing your temper
  • Unaware mood swings can take others by surprise
  • Feeling short-tempered with everyone, including yourself
  • Low self-confidence and a negative belief about yourself can lead to a short temper

The best way to manage a short temper is to identify the triggers. Anger management works on your awareness of anger triggers, or situations that usually make you angry or short-tempered. When you realize what sets you off, it makes it easier for you to learn how to deal with your short temper.

Other steps include taking time out when faced with short temper symptoms and learning relaxation techniques such as meditation or yoga will help improve sleep and stop bad habits like smoking. Developing better communication skills helps you talk through problems rather than losing your temper, which can also reduce feelings of stress.

Short Tempered Person Psychology!

Short-Tempered Person Psychology deals with some bad temper causes, there are short-tempered effects that immediately happen. When someone becomes short-tempered, their voice rises and they can’t control it. They become easily frustrated when something isn’t happening the way they want it to. People who are short-tempered also say cruel things while angry, like “that’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard!” or “you always do this to me!”. These words can cause long-term damage to relationships with family or friends because the people hearing these words may be hurt by them (especially if they’re true).

Controlling Bad Temper Symptoms!

Believe it or not; short-tempers don’t know how to control bad temper symptoms either because short-tempered people are not born with the knowledge of how to control bad tempers, which can make the symptoms even harder to deal with. To make short tempers symptoms go away, our Anger Management Course is for all the short-tempered people out there. Our course would help you with self-control, 

Using Self Development Strategies for Anger Management

Anger is a normal response to stress. The important thing is knowing how to channel that feeling into more productive outlets. To control bad tempers, you must first know how to avoid taking things personally by resorting to our self-development strategy for anger management courses designed specifically for controlling their short tempers once and for all.

About our Self-Development Strategy for Anger Management

Our Self-development strategies are techniques used to improve one’s life in order to achieve a specific goal. Most short-term goals have long-term benefits, but what good is a life without short-term happiness? That is why our self-development strategies cover both short and long-term goals. With OfCourze you can learn to manage your responses to anger better for self-improvement.

What Will I Learn?

  • Discover the “energy” behind the emotion of anger and the steps you can take to direct it toward outcomes that have meaning, value and satisfaction for you
  • Understand the 3 classifications of anger used by modern psychologists; from “protective” to “linguistic” to “character traits”
  • Learn briefly about the O-A-R models used in Ontological Coaching
  • ** VERY HELPFUL ** Learn how to “step into” and “step out” of “anger” and its related emotions
  • Learn to master anger and take control of its energy
  • Learn to manage anger with 30 “opposite” emotions of anger
  • Learn about the 8 rungs of “violence ladder” used by Dr. Ronald Potter-Efron
  • Learn briefly about the B-E-L models used in Ontological Coaching
  • Downloadable and actionable PDF worksheets to help you work with the emotion of anger
  • Explore the variety of emotions that are similar to and opposite of the emotion of angere observer
  • Create distinctions of “anger” with 120 different emotions related to anger

Topics for this course

37 Lessons02h

Welcome To The Course

“Thank you” and “Welcome” To This Course!00:04:30
Two Frameworks Of Understanding – BEL and OAR Models00:06:15
[Activity] Congratulations & Action Steps00:02:28

Not Just “Anger” But Annoyance, Irritability, Rage, Fury And More…

Classifying Anger And The “Ladder Of Violence”

Invite Anger Into Your Life By Stepping Into AND Out Of Anger…

Videos From”Master Emotions; Declare Happiness And Satisfaction In Life”

Conclusion To “Anger Management” And Your Next Steps

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Course Details

  • Level: All Levels
  • Categories: Self Development
  • Total Hour: 02h
  • Total Lessons: 37
  • Total Enrolled: 13
  • Last Update: March 14, 2022


  • The invitation is to be gentle with yourself and be open to the learning
  • Learn how to manage anger through a non-judgemental and safe approach of self-reflection and self-enquiry
  • This course material can be easily watched within 2-3 hours BUT the invitation is to set aside a regular time for reflection and learning

Target Audience

  • This course is for anyone who wants to work with the emotion of anger, frustration, irritation, annoyance and more…
  • This course is for motivated individuals who are willing to spend time in self-reflection and introspection and learn how to work with the energies of these emotions
  • If you want to experience the emotions of "joy", "contentment", "satisfaction" and more, this course may be for you
  • If you want to learn about how life coaching skills can help you to lead a fuller, more complete life by managing the emotion of anger, then this course may be for you