All addiction has symptoms that allow us to recognize these problems as addictive diseases. The signs of addictive diseases are self-reliance, constraint, obsession, denial, withdrawal and obsessive syndrome and unpredictable behavior. Like alcoholism or drug abuse, anger meets many criteria.
For those who are rageaholics, expressing anger is self-reliant. It calls for the constraint for more anger. For example, suppose we should provide treatment for alcoholics. On the way to the treatment center, we stop and buy beer. When we arrived at the meeting, we told alcoholics that they only had to make a lot of drinks to get it from their system once and for all. This is similar to when your doctor tells you about wild problems: "You just have to express yourself and get it from your computer." It's just as ridiculous. The more alcoholics drink, the more they want. The more ragers the anger, the more they will drift.
Wrath addiction or "rageaholism" is a compulsive mechanism for mood change by repeatedly engaging in rage despite negative consequences. Rageaholics continue to compete compulsively regardless of the negative consequences. Constraint or loss of control is the inability to stop expressing anger when we have started. The inability to control angry words is certain evidence of rageaholism. Loss control – it's addiction.
Rageaholics are often occupied by frustration and disaster ideas. These thoughts sometimes rise a lot and do not allow other thoughts to come in. Power anger is sometimes irreversible and after surgery. Therefore, the concern causes "wrong" others and revenge continues anger. These thoughts gradually elicit everyone else until our lives become temporarily vengeful. At that point, our anger controls our thoughts.
Denials holds ridiculous solids. It is a mental process that we conclude that addiction is not the problem; it is "then". Neglect addiction and inability to explore us, work together to keep rageaholics stuck. Knowing no other way to live, we deny that something is wrong with us. This denial system ensures that the process of anger and premature anger will continue. Just anger continues to focus on ourselves. Therefore, ragers are rarely able to say, "I'm wrong."
Revocation and Desire
As with any addiction, anger has a detoxification period. A desire is great at this time. Those who deny name recognition, mildness and scream during this period report more depression than usual for the first three months. Usually, in the first 90 days of absence, ragers feel sensitive and spend a lot of time thinking and hoping for circumstances that allow us to use violence for some heroic purposes. However, if we have achieved perfect absence and maintained for 90 days, we find that we no longer think of any disadvantages or misunderstandings. It can even be shocking when we hear others do it.
Another definition of alcoholism is that when alcoholic beverages can not predict their behavior. He may drink appropriately from time to time, as rageaholic can express anger occasionally from time to time. However, when alcohol starts to drink alcohol, all the mortgage is gone. Nobody knows what's happening. When rageaholics begin to express anger, nobody knows where it is going. The most likely thought is that they will burst, rise and rain. Rageaholics want to learn how to express our anger appropriately, as alcoholics want to learn how to drink appropriately. Although there are some exceptions, I encourage those who have anger problems to stop anger for a year.
This plan is only for the small percentage of people who have anger or violence. The method described here is not for everyone; but for those who add to anger, it will not work to express your anger.