Coping with anger

We all feel angry at times – it's part of being human. Anger can be useful in helping us to identify problems and motivating us to create change. But it can be difficult to experience, and you might find yourself getting upset or frustrated with other people. Finding healthy ways to recognise, express and deal with anger is important for our mental and physical health. Here, carers and professionals offer their thoughts.

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