Definition of 'anger management'
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He was told to go on an anger management course. The Sun (2010)He is likely to outline plans to undertake a course in anger management. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He could always try an anger management course. The Sun (2010)Going on an anger management course would show her you are serious about winning her back. The Sun (2010)The anger management course he was also sent on hasn't done him much good. The Sun (2013)Last year she attended an anger management course in Arizona. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Instead, they sent him on an anger management course. The Sun (2007)These include banning perpetrators who regularly cause antisocial behaviour in a certain area from returning and requiring them to undergo an anger management course. Times, Sunday Times (2011)To settle the matter and save his business, he had agreed to take a course of anger management. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Ask your GP to refer you for a course of anger management. The Sun (2011)Are there any affordable anger management courses I could attend? The Sun (2015)You can find information about affordable anger management courses through Mind (mind. The Sun (2015)
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