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I'm looking for someone who specializes in aggression issues in men and how the affect the relationship-- physically and otherwise
Posted By : xkatnip Date: 23 MAR 2016

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I know that its been a month almost that you have sent a message. Wondering if you have already received help for your issue. I am a CBT (Cognitive Behavior ) and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Therapist. I would definitely love to help you and find a new dimension on dealing with aggression in men. I love to practice NLP due to its simplicity and easy form of helping clients deal with challenges. I look forward to your message, if you have not received any help.


Response By: Stuti Pardhe Date: 21 APR 2016

Hi xkatnip,

You are taking the first step by recognizing that your aggressive patterns and how this has impacted your  relationship.  Resentments and anger are normally issues that surface due to past unresolved conflict.  If                     not addressed, it does hurt the relationship on different levels physically and interpersonally.  Many times,                 men may struggle with openly expressing their feelings due to their own discomfort in this area.  Once you                     have identified specific situations in which you were aggressive and what you were experiencing, you will                     be able to better manage your emotions.  We are here for you to  help you through these trying moments.                     Feel free to contact a therapist of your choice.  Appreciate your time and concerns. Remain strong!  Take                      care!
Response By: Natasha Smith, MA, LCPC Date: 24 MAR 2016

Dear X, 

Peace.  It is a gender-free  issue but men suffer this more ; because still the world is in the control of men in our society. The power sharing and the insecurity in the emotional sphere is the main cause. Parental model gives the schema in the mind and accepted and disguised as the symbol of power and superiority in many places and many walks of life. You may take my email or chat sessions in this regard.  However self realization and training under a master and the correct eating manners change a person from this personality aberration. Thank you for listening me.



Response By: Jamal Hassan Date: 23 MAR 2016

Hello Xketnip: Anger issues can come up because they have been role modeled by a parent, abuse when you are young, or from PTSD, usually with veterans who have been in combat. It has a tremendous effect both physically and relationally. Physically, often the anger is threatening to a spouse and the stress can affect both parties. Constant stress can lead to illness. Relationally, it interferes with closeness. The true meaning of intimacy is to know and be known and it is the foundation of a close relationship. With violence there is always avoidance of the angry person and this interferes with intimacy. As well, if children witness this they could be affected and not do well with friends and school and develop beliefs that they take into adulthood. I commend you for asking this question, because it is the first step in healing. I wish you well and have a browse through the therapist listing to see who you think is a match. 
Response By: Janette Strokappe Date: 23 MAR 2016

Hello xkatnip.  Can you recall when all of your aggression started?  Often it has a lot to do with something in your past. If you can recognize when it began and what was going on at the time, you can start to resolve some issues.  Hang in there we are here to help.  Please contact one of us that you see as a good fit for you.  Take care   Stay positive.   Tracie 
Response By: Tracie Timme Date: 23 MAR 2016

Sometimes men do not know or understand how to have a healthy relationship or how to express their feelings in any other way than anger. Education can help even when there are other issues involved which of course, should also be addressed. Someone's anger and aggression can push you away and has a huge impact on love and intimacy. It is also very important to learn how to take care of yourself.
Response By: Linda Harris Date: 23 MAR 2016

aggression in men may have different causes and forms. it may be associated with control, but more often with non-recognition. the success of theray depends on how prepared you are to identify and accept your needs which are not met and which cause your aggression.
Response By: Prof. Aleksandar Fatic Date: 23 MAR 2016