Anger and emotional regulation
A common misconception about dealing with anger and other difficult emotions is often not the presence of the emotion itself, but the ways one has learned to handle them. While some may have a "short fuse", reacting frequently to objectively small things, others may bottle their feelings up, only to let them out at inopportune times.
Together, we can find new, more useful techniques for handling difficult, uncomfortable, and painful emotions while examing the underlying cause of the emotion itself. In this way, we can work to diminish their frequency and intensity and interrupt harmful cycles.