Anger is a normal human emotion. However, anger becomes a problem when it occurs frequently, is disproportionate to the situation that triggered it, when it leads to verbal or physical aggression, and when you cannot “let it go” even after the situation is resolved or has passed.
Anger management helps people identify the triggers for their anger and then helps them develop strategies to manage those triggers so they do not lead to excessive or inappropriate anger. While it may not always feel like it, there is a step between whatever triggers your anger and your feelings and expression of anger. You may not be able to avoid the people or situations that make you angry, but you can learn to change your reactions to them.