|Anger Management content is an example of an article topic that will attract employees to your newsletter|
Making a statement like, all of us experience anger, but we may not have learned to deal with it well when growing up is a great way to start such an article. When angry, we may have been told that it was inappropriate, or we came to that conclusion by not having it acknowledged or accepted, especially by parents or caregivers. Unresolved anger, and learned ways of coping with anger, can contribute to problems in relationships. Employees will identify with this personal struggle. The question for you as a company is consider whether this article could in fact reduce risk of workplace violence, even homicide. Do you think that is even remotely possible? Even a little bit remotely possible?
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Also, talk to employees and ask, "is anger getting in the way of a happier relationship with someone you love?" The source of problems in your most valued relationships may stem from a need to understand anger better, deal with unresolved anger from the past, and learn better ways of managing anger in the present. If your organization has a decent employee counseling or employee assistance program, always mention it in your newsletter. Don't leave employees hanging about a serious personal problem area without a next place to leap to in order to get help.