Denver and Littleton Counselors

Anger Management Assessment Questionnaire

How Do You Deal With Your Anger?

This free Anger Management Assessment Questionnaire is designed to help assess your ability to deal with anger and determine whether or not anger management is a problem for you. Please read through each statement, click on the true or false answer, and click next for the next question. Your responses should be based on your current temperament.

Take a few moments to complete this confidential, free, no-obligation Anger Management Assessment Questionnaire (25 Questions / 5 Questions per page).

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1. I don’t show my anger about everything that makes me mad, but when I do – look out.
2. I still get angry when I think of the bad things people did to me in the past.
3. Waiting in line, or waiting for other people, really annoys me.
4. I fly off the handle easily.
5. I often find myself having heated arguments with the people who are closest to me.
6. I sometimes lie awake at night and think about the things that upset me during the day.
7. When someone says or does something that upsets me, I don’t usually say anything at the time, but later spend a lot of time thinking up cutting replies I could and should have made.
8. I find it very hard to forgive someone who has done me wrong.
9. I get angry with myself when I lose control of my emotions.
10. People really irritate me when they don’t behave the way they should, or when they act like an idiot or fool.
11. If I get really upset about something, I have a tendency to feel sick later, either with a weak spell, headache, upset stomach, or even diarrhea.
12. People I’ve trusted have often let me down, leaving me feeling angry or betrayed.
13. When things don’t go my way, I get depressed.
14. When something happens that makes me angry, I tend to replay the event over and over again in my mind.
15. I’ve been so angry at times I couldn’t remember things I said or did.
16. After arguing with someone, I hate myself or I hate that person.
17. I’ve had trouble on the job because of my temper.
18. When riled up, I often blurt out things I later regret saying.
19. Some people are afraid of my bad temper.
20. When someone hurts or frustrates me, I want to get even.
21. When I get angry, frustrated or hurt, I comfort myself by eating or using alcohol or other drugs.
22. I’ve gotten so angry at times that I’ve become physically violent, hitting other people or breaking things.
23. When I am angry about something that happens at work, it affects me when I am home.
24. Sometimes I feel so hurt and alone I feel like committing suicide.
25. I’m a really angry person, and I know I need help learning to control my temper and angry feelings because it has already caused me a lot of problems.
Disclaimer: I understand that this anger assessment is for informational purposes only and cannot substitute for a full evaluation by a qualified anger management counselor. The assessment should only be used as a guide to understanding your anger and the potential consequences associated with it.

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