Domestic violence is described as financial, psychological, physical or emotional abuse and it can be prevented by anger management. In relationships the disagreements and arguments that can arise as a result of differences are not uncommon however people can run into difficulties with police, social services and law when the anger gets out of hand. Typically, the disordered anger will lead to an involvement of police, social services and consequently the law where insults, threat, physical violence, harassment, coercion whether physical or psychological coercion is used.
When you run into difficulties with law you risk getting a criminal record, criminal sentence, fines, time-consuming liaisons with the social services, court hearing and worst of all you could end up having to accept court orders that could involve an indirect and long-term contact with your child or children. The indirect court orders would mean that you could only maintain for instance a correspondence contact with your children as little as four times per year that could be hindered by your ex-partner’s anger who could prevent your child from having speaking to you at all, which could be difficult to prove. These are the sort of issues, clients commonly encounter and have to live it and effects of which drive them into despair and suicidal thoughts, so learn from misfortune of other people and try to avoid these issues.
One way to try to avoid having to deal police, social services and the judges would be by learning to prevent conflicts in a couple or family. Let’s try to be honest if your partner or you have not learnt managed to contain the conflictual situations that drive you into anger management issues, you might consider that this could be the right time to seek a professional hep. By considering one-to-one or couple sessions for anger issues before the situation escalates, you will not only prevent police calls and visits but you are also more likely to save your relationship or marriage.
Generally speaking, after a few years of an ongoing abuse people are more likely to get fed up, decide to quit and run away, and so it makes sense to seek the support earlier than later. The time and the costs of a few anger management sessions investment for maximum six months that equals to twenty four sessions, could save you from feeling eventually suicidal and desperate once you loose your partner, family and children if you continue ignoring the impact your anger issues have on your family. When it comes to anger management issues, they are often co-created and it is astounding that either the perpetrator or the victim’s first choice of support is the police, planning to run away and not the counselling to save the relationship in the early stages. If anger management counselling could prevent domestic violence and save your relationship, why let it escalate into police arrests and devastating court order? We should not be afraid or ashamed to seek anger management sessions because of domestic violence, because seeing that governments at times fail to contain conflicts, why should be expect civilians or organisations to know what to do with highly conflictual situations.