Anger Management Issues Left Untreated Could Ruin a Relationship

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Anger issues left untreated could destroy relationships and leave participants feeling hopeless to change. EDB Media, Inc. now offers a 5-week online anger management program to help participants get control over anger and reduce stress.

EDB Media, Inc., a leader in the online self-improvement industry, today announced the re-launch of their 5-week Personal Power Path online anger management program offering a holistic approach to better managing anger and stress.

According to the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), anger is one of the most common negative behavior patterns to be found in any relationship. Left untreated, out-of-control anger issues could destroy a relationship and leave participants feeling hopeless to change.

Personal Power developed its Anger Management program in response to the growing number of individuals dealing with anger issues. US Research ( estimates nearly 16 million Americans suffer with anger disorders. American Psychological Association research indicates if anger issues are left unresolved they can escalate to aggression and physical violence.

The Personal Power Path Anger Management program works through a combination of education, motivation and support to help participants understand the "trigger" that provoke anger and offer online tools to help keep it under control. Participants who purchase the 5-week program can watch how-to manage anger management videos, get daily motivational reminders, keep track of progress in an online journal and receive 24/7 online program support.

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About EDB Media, Inc.:
EDB Media, Inc. is a pioneer in the online self-improvement industry offering online and mobile programs that target anger issues, weight loss, career change and overspending. For more information visit


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