Suppressed anger or frustration can be caused from several underlying causes including anxiety and depression.
Anger that is not appropriately articulated can disrupt careers, relationships, families, affect thinking and behaviour patterns. Internalised and ignored anger can create a variety of physical and emotional problems such as high blood pressure, heart problems, headaches, skin disorders, and digestive problems. In addition, anger can be linked to problems such as domestic violence, road rage, emotional and physical abuse, and other violent behaviours.
The big question to ask once the anger has past is “What is the root cause of my anger?” If you can honestly identify this, you can fully reduce the outbursts.
The answer will nearly always go way back to when the person was younger. Because that energy block is still within, new events, issues, people or situations just continue to trigger and even set people off like a time bomb.
I can help you find your root cause of anger, determine where it began and help you to reduce outbursts and release the root cause.