- Be hopeful. Believe that you can learn how to stop raging.
- Make a commitment to work hard and long to contain your rage.
- Take the time to identify your rage patterns, including transformative patterns.
- Look at your past near rage episodes to learn more about how you personally prevent yourself
- Look at your partial rage episodes to learn more about how you stay at least somewhat in control
even during a rage.
- Make a safety plan to lessen your risk for sudden raging. A safety management might include
gathering a support system, anger management training, and proper medication management
- Work on your long-term issues to make permanent changes in your sense of self and the world.
The goals here are to feel secure with others, good about yourself, sane, and healthy.