BAAM Presents Anger Awareness Week

National Anger Awareness Week 1-7 Dec 2012 BAAM is Banging on about Anger!
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Mike Fisher

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West Sussex - England


Nov. 21, 2012 - PRLog -- Yes, it’s that time of year again. The British Association on Anger Management (BAAM) has promoted Anger Awareness Week (AAW) for over 14 years, and each year we have found that anger has become worse- the 350 hits per day that we get on our website is testament to this. We believe that some of the reasons for Britain’s growing anger are: the unstable economy; the weather; job dissatisfaction; frustration with our politicians; the class system, immigration, rise in living expenses, and lack of accountability from big corporations e.g. Banks.

Therefore, BAAM is running a special campaign for AAW to help you reduce your anger and frustration and it’s effect on those that you care for and love. BAAM can help you to become aware of the underlying causes of your anger and equip you to reduce both yours, and others’ anger in an effective way.  

Mike Fisher, founder of BAAM and author of the self-help book Beating Anger, explains:

“National Anger Awareness Week encourages you to prepare yourself with simple coping strategies to create an atmosphere of calm and cooperation. What you can learn from the Keep Your Cool Kit can be used at any time of year to help deal with those difficult emotions.”

AAW is all about learning to take control of your behaviour. Everyone feels angry at some time; what matters is how you express that anger. Mike says that:

“It seems impossible to have a stress-free Christmas these days. You can be over-loaded at work, frustrated with the cooking and preparation, everyone wants something different on the TV, your relationships are under the microscope, the kids are playing up and your parents-in-law are coming to stay…it’s a stressful time!”

BAAM has put together these coping strategies in a Keep Your Cool Kit. (

You can download it and keep it handy on your phone, on your computer at home, or print it out!

If you are interested in any of the BAAM services please call 0345 1300 286 or email
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