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National Anger Awareness Week from this Friday: 1 - 7 December, 2017

Anger Awareness Week
National Anger Awareness Week will take place across the UK from this coming Friday, 1-7 December, 2017.
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Crime and disorder levels will rise around the country this week, after England was knocked out of the World Cup by Germany, predicts The British Association of Anger Management.

World cup disappointment leads to violent anger
Crime and disorder levels will rise around the country this week, after England was knocked out of the World Cup by Germany, predicts The British Association of Anger Management.
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Mike Fisher
The best way to sort out problem children may be to address the anger issues in their parents, according to the British Association of Anger Management and UK children's charities.
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Forget the Angry Young Men of the 1950s. It's not about age or sex any more. A massive 83% of people are angry about politics in 2010, says a new survey from the British Association of Anger Management. And that probably accounts for the recent Lib Dem swing shown in the polls.

Mike Fisher (2010)
83% of people are angry about politics in 2010, says a new survey from the British Association of Anger Management, taken just before the May 2010 UK general election.
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Mike Fisher
Full research statistics are published online in the wake of the story “London has a temper to match Gordon Brown's”, describing Lambeth as the angriest borough in London, according to the British As...
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Mike Fisher
Hits on the British Association of Anger Management (BAAM) website went up 35% this week as the story of Gordon Brown's alleged anger issues hit the headlines. But it's not just Gordon Brown at Num...
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The British Association of Anger Management is releasing the results of its client satisfaction survey, which show that its courses are proving a long term answer for Brits with anger management issue...
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But all we do is bite our lips, says British Association of Anger Management

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A poll by comedy channel Gold shows Britons are the angriest people in Europe, losing their cool on average four times a day and topping even the Italians and French. But where others let rip, Brits b...
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And invites the press to a ‘taster evening’, London, Wednesday 3 December, 7-9pm

Angry women
The British Association of Anger Management is once again helping people keep cool for Yule’and beat seasonal stresses with its annual Anger Awareness Week, taking place nationwide from December 1-8,...
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British Association of Anger Management
With the credit crunch consuming the nation, The British Association of Anger Management has opened up its London Anger and Stress Clinic to help those wanting to avoid festive fireworks and a napalm...
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The British Association of Anger Management, renowned training provider on all aspects of anger and conflict management, is extending its programme of courses nationwide to meet increased demand from...
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National Anger Awareness Week - 1 - 7 December, 2005

"Festive" christmas can drive people round the bend. For some, it can push stress levels and tempers over the edge. The British Association of Anger Management (BAAM) is helping people keep calm for...
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The British Association of Anger Management (BAAM) (www.angermanage.co.uk) is running an anger and stress management course for men who live and work in Southwark as part of the borough’s Men’s...
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Midnight on Monday February 7 sees the screening of Can't Stop Losing My Cool a fascinating documentary about the frightening escalation of anger incidents in British life. The educational expose is...
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National Anger Awareness Week, 1 - 8 December Christmas can make even the most reasonable person’s blood boil - with crowded stores, trying to fit festive preparations around work, famil...
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About British Association of Anger Management

Anger and stress management

The London Anger and Stress Clinic â?? which specialises in working with children and young people - is an ancillary of the British Association of Anger Management (BAAM â?? http://www.angermanage.co.uk), established in 1997. The association provides anger and stress management services in London, and nationwide and referrals come from NHS, Social Services, Relate, Mind, Mental Health Foundation, BACP, Southwark Borough, Doncaster PCT, GPs and â??big nameâ?? corporations.

Mike Fisher, BAAMâ??s founder, is a leading expert in anger and stress management, author of â??Beating Angerâ??, and has made countless media appearances to discuss the subject.

For more information

British Association of Anger Management

Mike Fisher
Phone: 0345 1300 286
Alt phone: 07931 569051
Email: info@angermanage.co.uk
Site: www.angermanage.co.uk

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