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Teenage boys are vulnerable to the effects of this powerful emotion. Anger can express itself in many different ways to include: yelling, punching, kicking, insulting others, acting out, aggressiveness, destroying property or behaving recklessly.

Anger can also take more subtle, passive forms, like self-isolation, silence, glaring or glooming. Some young people take out their anger on others in the form of verbal and physical bullying or intimidation, while others turn their rage inward and physically injure themselves, take dangerous risks, or self-medicate.

If you’re aware of the ways that anger manifests itself in your young man, you can act early to help him manage his emotions in healthy, nonviolent ways. Please sign him up for our 8-week anger management group today!


Next Group Begins:
March 30, 2019 — May 18th, 2019.
Every Saturday from 10:30am - Noon.

$250 paid in full (savings) or $35 per session.

Common Ground Counseling & Consulting
13540 N. Florida Ave, Suite 206B
Tampa, FL 33613

Questions? Contact us.