Employee Assistance Program → Topics of Interest: Anger Management
An anger invitation is anything that we can use as an excuse to get angry. For example, the driver that cuts in front of you; the line at the grocery store that is too long; the coworker who arrives late and leaves early; the grass that keeps growing and needs to be cut. Sometimes these are small things. Some people accept these anger invitations; others learn to say no.
If you think you are angry all the time, here are strategies you can learn to manage your anger and accept fewer anger invitations.