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Old 07-12-2008, 07:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Someone close has an anger management issue. They blame everything and do not admit it. When they talk about it, they give enough leeway to gain ground in the argument and then shift the conversation to what others are doing while their behavior remains the same. What to do to relate that they need to change?
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Old 07-12-2008, 02:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Actually, they are not really totally wrong also. There indeed are bad or shabby people in the world and why should he suffer due to them? He at least deserves a vent.
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I think problems like these need to be acted upon with professional help. I suggest you seek professional medical assistance to resolve your friend's or relative's anger management issue. Or find an anger management expert, a counselor, who could help in finding a solution to that problem. While anger is a perfectly normal human reaction to certain stimuli, excessive anger or unreasonable angry outbursts could indicate behavioral disorder and must be resolved immediately.
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Actually, they are not really totally wrong also. There indeed are bad or shabby people in the world and why should he suffer due to them? He at least deserves a vent.
true , but they have to recognize they have a problem and decide to change themselves.
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Change themself? Never. If they're not affecting any one elses life then they don't have to change a fucking thing about themself.

You don't count, personally. You're just worried about changing your friend (from what I've read, no offense meant to you personally, just my observation based on your comments.) to make yourself happier with them.

If he/she is a dickhead to people, stop talking to them. Don't try to change how they are to make them fit into your life better. No body should EVER change who they are to make someone else happy.

Then, on the other hand, if their behavior is affecting/hurting other people around them physically, then they should either try to alter their behavior to something a bit more acceptable or seek professional assistance.
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true , but they have to recognize they have a problem and decide to change themselves.
If a person has a value system, he must be happy or sad or angry or disappointed wherever he sees his value system being supported or being violated. It can't be helped.
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well, you can surf though youtube and u will find alot of videos abt anger management, there is a special course conducted in various multinationals on anger management
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Yeah, i'm not happy with anyone who thinks they need to vent out on me, what gives them the right? get a boxing bag and punch that.
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You just need to get them to realise what they are doing, and how much of a dick they are being. Usually, with most people, guilt will then step in. Once they accept they have a problem, then they should help themselves. Failing that, seek professional help
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Someone close has an anger management issue. They blame everything and do not admit it. When they talk about it, they give enough leeway to gain ground in the argument and then shift the conversation to what others are doing while their behavior remains the same. What to do to relate that they need to change?

they dont need to change. people can live normal life with and be pretty successful while not being able to manage their anger. it seems that you need them to change, because you cannot manage their anger.
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