Uncontrollable anger can be a serious problem for young people, damaging relationships with family and friends, affecting mental and physical health, and causing problems at school and work. However, anger doesn\'t have to be a destructive force. It can be controlled or channeled into constructive outlets. Learning to manage anger in adolescence can serve as a valuable asset for success and happiness later in life. This book provides information and guidance for managing anger, as well as strategies for dealing with anger triggers and improving communication skills. Features such as "Myths and Facts" clarify common misconceptions about anger.