Think about what is making you angry. Something might be wrong and you might need help sorting it out. Things might be stressing you out, or something bad may have happened to you recently or in the past. It will probably help to talk to somebody about this.
Recognising when you feel angry and what makes you calm down is an important starting point. Our Stress Pot game might help you understand and break down your angry feelings.
Some people think alcohol or drugs help them calm down, but lots of people find that their use can make you angrier and out of control.
Things you might find useful
Young Minds Anger Factsheet
Find out how anger affects the body and get ideas on ways to cope.Young Minds
Stop, listen and relax
We’ve put together some MindMate relaxation recordings which you can access on your phone through headphones to help you calm down and relax.Relaxation recordings
Tips and advice on dealing with anger and details for who you can contact if you need further support.NHS Choices
Are you a parent or carer?
If you’re looking for more information to support a young person you care for with their mental health, visit our parent and carers page.