Not being able to deal with anger could make you end up in jail or hurting those you love the most. The Cornerstone Counseling Center is stepping in to help by offering anger management sessions.
Two sessions are available per month, each session taking 22 people. People gather in a classroom to explore the root of their anger with the guidance of a certified counselor.
Counselors say there are many reasons why people go to anger management, but say drug use is one of the main reasons people can no longer control their anger.
Anger management counselor Richard Brim said, "Most substance abuse people, because they started using substances at an early age, they stop maturing and don't learn how to manage that anger properly."
These sessions are not just for adults. Sessions for children as young as seven are also offered. For more information about anger management sessions, call 229-228-0551.
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