Joel SherrMSW, LCSW
We all get angry at one time or another. It's a normal response to feeling criticized, ignored, or overwhelmed. Toxic anger can impact your marriage, friendships and work. This can include saying things that you know will hurt others, yelling, hitting and breaking things.
Dysfunctional anger when repeated over and over becomes a habit. If you are willing to put in the time and energy I can help you develop different habits. Feeling in control of your responses will help you feel more positive about yourself.
If you feel your partner needs anger management and they don't want to get help I recommend the following: First make an appointment for yourself. You need support to deal with this serious problem. Tell your partner you made the appointment and invite them to join you. Mention you need help and are going to keep the appointment even if they don't join you.