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Anger problems untreated

25th March 2008

The Mental Health Foundation has said people who have problems with anger are not receiving the help they need.

According to a survey by YouGov, 12% of people said they had difficulty keeping their anger under control and nearly a third said a relative or friend had anger issues. Mental Health Foundation chief executive Dr Andrew McCulloch said: "We need to be able to recognise when anger is damaging our lives, ask for help and receive it."

 


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