Anger is just an emotion. It’s normal, even healthy to become angry, but constant, uncontrollable anger can prove to be harmful. Uncontrollable anger can prove to be disastrous, you might find yourself facing problems in every corner of your life: at work, in personal relationships and in overall quality of your health. Deeply embedded painful emotions associated with anger seldom get communicated in our rational minds. Reason takes a back seat. When in anger, all that a person ‘says’ or ‘acts’ are under a rage full of intense, immediate outburst. At that point of time, one can’t separate emotions from thoughts. In the midst of this turmoil one loses all sense of reason. The choice we have about our anger is the same choice we have about so many other aspects of our lives: will we turn toward our anger and seek to better understand it, manage it. Or will we let our habit energy of living, thinking and acting “in anger” and “from anger”dominate our lives, actions and the impact we have on others?