Anger Secrets

Alastair Duhs

The Anger Secrets podcast is a weekly show that covers everything you need to know about anger management. Hosted by Anger Expert Alastair Duhs, this podcast offers valuable tips, techniques and strategies for controlling your anger, mastering your emotions and creating calmer, happier and more loving relationships. The Anger Secrets podcast is perfect for anyone who is looking for proven tools and techniques to control their anger and create calmer, happier and more respectful relationships with those they love. If you're ready to learn how to control your anger and live the calmer, happy and more respectful life you want, this podcast is for you. Join us on the journey to anger management mastery today! For more information on how to control your anger, visit AngerSecrets.com. read less
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Episodes

84 - I Can Control What I Change (Fiona's Story)
Jun 9 2024
84 - I Can Control What I Change (Fiona's Story)
Have you ever found yourself in a cycle of anger and abuse, unsure of how to break free? Or perhaps you've been raised in a family where you have been exposed to anger, abuse or violence and you are struggling to break this cycle.Are you looking for a life-changing way to transform your thoughts and feelings, so that you do not get angry in situations that would have previously made you mad?If you have answered "Yes" to any of these questions, then you are in the right place.In today's episode of the Anger Secrets podcast, I talk to Fiona. Fiona is a small business owner and mother on one child. Fiona enrolled in my comprehensive online anger management course "The Complete Anger Management System" to help her control her angerAbout 7 weeks after she enrolled, I spoke to Fiona about the changes she had made so far. Key Takeaways from this Episode:-Personal Growth Is a Continuous Journey: Fiona's story exemplifies that change is a gradual process that requires patience, practice and persistence.-The Impact of Online Learning: The flexibility and accessibility of online courses have made invaluable resources readily available to those who seek them, proving effective for individuals like Fiona.-Self-Help Can Be Empowering: Fiona's experience underscores the power of taking charge of one's mental health and the positive outcomes of working through issues independently, yet with guidance.-The Importance of Reflection and Response: The episode reiterates the concept that while we cannot control external forces, we can always control our responses, leading to healthier interpersonal relationships.Resources Mentioned:AngerSecrets website: https://angersecrets.com/Book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call: https://angersecrets.com/pen-free-call/Call to Action:If today's episode resonates with you, or if you find yourself struggling with anger, remember that help is available and change is possible. Take a proactive step towards managing your anger by visiting AngerSecrets.com to book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call. It's time to break the cycle of anger and take control of your life. Don't wait—book your call today and start your journey towards a calmer, more fulfilling life.
83 - How To Handle Anger From Others
Jun 2 2024
83 - How To Handle Anger From Others
Have you ever found yourself on the receiving end of someone's anger and felt helpless and unsure of how to handle the situation? Perhaps there are times when your partner loses their temper and you have no idea what to do.Or perhaps there are times when your partner loses their temper and it triggers you to do the same.Whatever situation you are in, dealing with other peoples anger can be a difficult and overwhelming experience. In many ways its like being caught in the eye of a storm, with intense emotions swirling all around you and often seeming like there is no way out.Well, the good news is that there is. There are many highly effective ways to handle anger from others in ways that do not lead to escalating conflict or disagreements. In this episode you will learn 5 practical tips to handle anger from others and de-escalate difficult situations.Key Takeaways from the Episode:-Stay Calm: Keeping your cool can prevent the situation from escalating.-Don’t Take Things Personally: Remember, the anger is not always about you.-Use Empathy: Trying to understand the angry person’s perspective can help de-escalate the situation.-Set Boundaries: Protect yourself from negative behaviors by setting clear limits.-Seek Support: If facing abuse or violence, it's crucial to get help from professionals or support systems.Resources Mentioned:AngerSecrets website: https://angersecrets.com/Book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call: https://angersecrets.com/pen-free-call/Call to Action:If today's episode resonates with you, or if you find yourself struggling with anger, remember that help is available and change is possible. Take a proactive step towards managing your anger by visiting AngerSecrets.com to book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call. It's time to break the cycle of anger and take control of your life. Don't wait—book your call today and start your journey towards a calmer, more fulfilling life.
82 - 3 Simple Steps To Control Your Anger
May 26 2024
82 - 3 Simple Steps To Control Your Anger
We've all been there. You're feeling overwhelmed by frustration or anger, and suddenly it overcomes you. Your heart races, your blood boils and before you know it, you've lost control and said or done something you regret. In the moment, it can feel impossible to control your anger and respond calmly to whatever situation you are in. But with practice and dedication, it is possible to gain control over your anger, and it can be far easier than you may think possible. In this episode of the Anger Secrets podcast, you will learn three simple yet powerful steps to control your anger and keep your emotions in check, no matter what life throws your way.Key Takeaways from the Episode:-Awareness is the first step towards controlling anger. Recognising early signs of frustration can help in mitigating anger before it escalates.-Understanding Thoughts and Beliefs: Your perceptions and beliefs shape your reactions. Changing these can fundamentally alter how we respond to anger-inducing situations.-Improving Communication Skills: Effective communication is crucial. This entails active listening, speaking assertively without aggression, and mastering negotiation skills to resolve conflicts amicably.Resources Mentioned:AngerSecrets website: https://angersecrets.com/Book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call: https://angersecrets.com/pen-free-call/Call to Action:If today's episode resonates with you, or if you find yourself struggling with anger, remember that help is available and change is possible. Take a proactive step towards managing your anger by visiting AngerSecrets.com to book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call. It's time to break the cycle of anger and take control of your life. Don't wait—book your call today and start your journey towards a calmer, more fulfilling life.
81 - How To Discipline Children Without Anger
May 19 2024
81 - How To Discipline Children Without Anger
Do yourself struggle to manage your children's behaviour without getting angry? Do you want to learn effective and gentle ways of disciplining your children without resorting to anger, aggression, intimidation or threats?If you have answered "Yes" to any of these questions, then this episode is for you!In this episode of the Anger Secrets podcast, we dive into the challenging world of parenting—specifically, how to discipline your children without resorting to anger. Through a list of seven practical tips, the episode covers a range of strategies from understanding your own emotions and setting clear expectations, to the power of empathy and the importance of taking timeouts for yourself. The ultimate goal is to foster a positive, respectful and understanding family dynamic where discipline is an opportunity for growth and connection rather than a source of frustration and anger.Key Takeaways from the Episode:-Recognising and managing your own emotions is crucial to disciplining without anger.-Setting clear expectations with your children helps them understand what is expected of them.-Positive reinforcement can be more effective than punitive measures in encouraging good behavior.-Open and honest communication fosters a healthy relationship between you and your children.-Empathy allows you to connect with your child's feelings and can often defuse tense situations.-Taking a Time-Out for yourself is not just beneficial but necessary when feeling overwhelmed by anger.-Seeking help, whether through parenting classes or therapy, is a sign of strength and can provide valuable support and resources.Resources Mentioned:AngerSecrets website: https://angersecrets.com/Book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call: https://angersecrets.com/pen-free-call/Call to Action:If today's episode resonates with you, or if you find yourself struggling with anger, remember that help is available and change is possible. Take a proactive step towards managing your anger by visiting AngerSecrets.com to book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call. It's time to break the cycle of anger and take control of your life.
80 - My Wife Is Not My Enemy (Matthew's Story)
May 12 2024
80 - My Wife Is Not My Enemy (Matthew's Story)
Have you ever wondered why the smallest issues can turn into the biggest battles in your relationship? Do you find yourself constantly arguing with your partner over trivial matters?Do you struggle with issues such as how to be more vulnerable in your relationship, or how to be a better parent to your children than your parents were to you?In this episode of the Anger Secrets podcast, I share Matthew's heartfelt story of overcoming anger and the positive impact anger management has made in his life. Matthew shares his personal experiences with anger, the challenges it brought to his relationships and how my anger management course equipped him with the tools to handle his emotions effectively. Matthew's story not only shows the importance of addressing anger proactively but also emphasises how the anger management tools I teach have improved his personal well-being and family dynamics.Key Takeaways from the Episode:Anger is a universal emotion that everyone experiences at some point in their lives, but managing it effectively is crucial to personal growth and maintaining healthy relationships.Anger management courses offer valuable tools for recognising triggers, understanding emotional responses and implementing strategies to de-escalate tensions.Implementing small, daily habits to manage anger can have significant long-term benefits for individuals and their loved ones.Seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness. Taking proactive steps towards anger management can lead to a happier, more peaceful life.Resources Mentioned:AngerSecrets website: https://angersecrets.com/Book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call: https://angersecrets.com/pen-free-call/Call to Action:If Matthew's story resonates with you, or if you find yourself struggling with anger, remember that help is available and change is possible. Take a proactive step towards managing your anger by visiting AngerSecrets.com to book a FREE 30-minute anger assessment call. It's time to break the cycle of anger and take control of your life. Don't wait—book your call today and start your journey towards a calmer, more fulfilling life.
79 - How To STOP Anger
May 5 2024
79 - How To STOP Anger
Have you ever found yourself regretting something you said in a moment of anger? Do you feel like your temper sometimes takes control of you, instead of you being in control of your temper?Are you been looking for ways to better control your anger and prevent it from negatively impacting your relationships and daily life?If you answered "Yes!" to any of these questions, then this episode of the Anger Secrets podcast is for you. In this episode, host Alastair Duhs dives deep into the powerful STOP model of anger management. What You'll Learn:Understanding the STOP Model: Discover the core principles behind the STOP model and how it can transform the way you deal with anger.Implementing the STOP Model: Practical tips for applying the STOP model in everyday situations, helping you to pause and choose how you respond to anger triggers.Breathing and Relaxation Techniques: Learn breathing exercises that can help calm your mind in moments of stress, making it easier to apply the STOP model.Mindfulness Practices: Find out how mindfulness and meditation can enhance your ability to remain composed and prevent anger from taking the wheel.Seeking Professional Help: Recognise when it's time to seek out professional assistance to tackle anger management challenges more effectively.This episode is full of valuable insights.Remember, every step you take towards mastering your anger is a step towards a happier, more peaceful life.Resources Mentioned: Visit angersecrets.com for more information about our online anger management course and to book your free 30-minute anger assessment call.We look forward to helping you control your anger.
78 - 3 Steps To Communicate Effectively With Your Partner
Apr 28 2024
78 - 3 Steps To Communicate Effectively With Your Partner
Do arguments with your partner often spiral out of control? Do you feel like you're constantly trying to get your point across but your partner never seems to understand what you are saying? Are anger, arguments or poor communication ruling your relationship? If so, then today's episode of the Anger Secrets is packed with actionable advice and insightful strategies for improving communication within your relationships. If you're looking to overcome obstacles and enhance the quality of your interactions with loved ones, you've come to the right place.What You'll Learn:The Power of Active Listening: Discover the importance of active listening and how it can dramatically improve the way you connect with your partner.Expressing Yourself With Clarity and Respect: Learn about the DESC model and how it can help you convey your thoughts and feelings in a non-aggressive yet honest manner.Navigating Difficult Conversations: Gain the strategies needed to tackle tough discussions without losing sight of respect and understanding for one another.Negotiation Skills That Strengthen Relationships: Find out how negotiating effectively isn't about winning or losing but about finding solutions that work for both parties.Practical Tips for Everyday Communication: Beyond theories and models, we share real-life tips that you can start applying in your interactions today.Don't forget to book your free 30-minute anger assessment call through our website, angersecrets.com.Remember, mastering anger is a journey, and we're here to guide you every step of the way.Visit angersecrets.com now to schedule your free 30-minute anger assessment call and take control of your anger today.