an·ger/ / is·sue
Anger issues can be classified as either a personal problem or also an emotional disorder through a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure or hostility.
Anger can be the direct result of an accumulative amount of varying factors. Anger, of course, is an inborn trait, an emotion shared by all human beings. However, there comes a point where the feeling of anger in a person can become a problem. In fact, feeling intense emotions like anger can become an addiction, so much so, that it should be treated with similar severity and professional level of care. When anger becomes uncontrollable or is very frequent, it can cause different problems.
If parents suspect their teen may be suffering from some emotional disorder, the services of a residential treatment center will provide their child with adequate therapeutic restoration to their child.