We all get angry sometimes even though we may not know it immediately. Anger is a natural emotional response to unpleasant situations. It can exhibit itself in mild forms like dislike or simple displeasure towards something or someone. When you are faced with criticism, opposition or some form of threat, you are likely to become angry if you do not know how to handle these three without getting emotionally involved. Anger, if not put under control, can cause us to use our judgment irrationally and in the process lead us to do things or say words that should not ever be done or said. According to psychologists and other scholars, anger is a normal emotion, but can be destructive if left to its own devices, both at inter and intrapersonal levels. However, it can be a healthy and positive emotion, especially when it is used as an avenue through which to find solutions to challenging situations or negative occurrences in our lives. Anger can act as a motivator, especially in a situation where the anger stimulant is an undermining situation, comment or person that is trying to bring down your self-worth or to discourage you from attaining your life goals. This book aims to help you understand what anger is and how you can manage it, especially when it creates destructive negative energy within you and threatens to tear up you and those around you.