Anger is an interesting emotion, as it is often referred to as a "secondary emotion."In society we are taught that it is not okay to be sad, vulnerable, or to cry. Anger can feel like it is protecting us by covering those more sensitive emotions.
Anger is a tool for self-protection, but it is a double edged sword - while it masks some emotions, if gone unchecked it can lead us to irrational decisions, ruin relationships, and cut those closest to us and make them feel numb, exhausted, lonely, and angry.
Therapy offers an environment for youto identify the root of your anger, learn to control outbursts and find healthy outlets for your emotions. By learning to express your emotions clearly and calmly, you can reconnect with the people that matter most.