This Anger Assessment is not to be seen as a final diagnosis. Having difficulties controlling your anger can have a severe negative impact on your life. However, there are many ways to manage dysfunctional anger, and we recommend you get professional support to help you deal with your difficulties.
Submit your form below and your therapist will contact you to discuss your results with you. If you are not currently a client at The Peacemaker Center, please complete our Appointment Request form on our website at www.thepeacemakercenter.org.
1-45 - The amount of anger and frustration you generally experience is remarkable low. Only small percentages of the population will score this low. You might want to examine whether you were being honest with your answers and the possibility that you deny angry feelings.
46-55 - You are substantially more peaceful than the average person.
56-75 - You respond to life's annoyances with an average amount of anger.
76-85 - You frequently react in an angry way to life's many frustrations. You are substandtially more irritable than the average person.
86-100 - You are plagued by frequent intense furious reactions that do not quickly disappear. You probably harbor negative feelings long after the initial insult has passed. You may experience frequent tension headaches, and elevated blood pressure. Your anger may often get out of control and lead to impulsive hostile outbursts, which at times gets you into trouble.