Anger and Communication type

December 5, 2019

What does Anger look like to you? Is it when someone is violently reacting? Is it when their face turns red, and they are breathing heavy? How about when they coward away? If you are looking at "Anger," it is all of these, and yes, even cowering away. The mind responds to anger by "Fight or Flight," the cowering is the "Flight-mode."

What does Anger look like to you? Is it when someone is violently reacting? Is it when their face turns red, and they are breathing heavy? How about when they coward away? If you are looking at "Anger," it is all of these, and yes, even cowering away. The mind responds to anger by "Fight or Flight," the cowering is the "Flight-mode." What happens when someone bottles up anger and all the negative feelings are inside for a long time, they usually blow-up. If they do not blow up on you, then the next unsuspecting person that makes them mad is going to get it. I would say a large number of conflicts occur over miscommunication between one or more people. Our classes can help you identify the different ways of communication, and hopefully, you can better learn about how you communicate with others'. 

 By learning how to better communicate, you may be able to understand others and communicate with difficult people, and there may be a less chance of a conflict/anger. Click to book an appointment. The first step in change is to identify that there is a problem or a need to change. The second step is to have the willingness to change. The third step is to start the process. The process starts here at Peaceful Battles. Our classes are not your typical class where we stand up and lecture you, and you take notes. We also do not sit in a circle and say, "I am Angry." No disrespect intended I do not think people in Anger Management have a disease or are sick; they need guidance. If I feel they need additional evaluations and I cannot help them, I will refer them to someone with the appropriate licensure. I will caution you that Passive-Aggressive people are difficult to deal with and calling them on their communication style may cause conflict; so be careful. Connect to this blog for additional reading. <

What is your Communication type:

  • Passive
  • Aggressive
  • Passive-Aggressive
  • Assertive
Here is a .pdf that may help you identify your type of communication.


Category: Anger Management
Tags: aggressive, anger management, assertive, communication types, passive, passive-aggressive,

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