No one suffers more than the one who gets angry, as there will always be regret and sadness for their expressions of anger. Anger can be very destructive to the person who has it and also those against whom it is expressed. Verbal or physical expression of anger can result in breaking up of relationships, poor peer relationship, breaking up of marriage, breaking up of family and can even lead to suicide or homicide.
Anger is basically a survival instinct - if experienced in day to day situations, it can adversely affect the functioning of the person. Anger is ‘strength’ in a life threatening situation; however it becomes a ‘weakness’ when expressed in day to day interactions.
Anger management comprises of many real life exercises; mind exercises on interpretations of events, voluntary exposure to anger provoking situations etc.