Anger affects how we react, how we interact and how we understand ourselves and those around us. Your anger is a natural and valid feeling but can lead to pain and destruction. By learning how to control your angry reactions we can offer you cutting-edge skills and ideas to control your anger and improve the quality of your life. High anger levels are now positively linked with stress, high blood pressure, heart problems, stomach ulcers, palpitations, headaches etc. Stress is now one of the main reasons for time off work.