Any scene of outrage show begins without any preparation and develops, either consistently or quickly through three phases.
Here we will examine these phases alongside the activities related with them.
- Heightening − At this stage, we begin accepting different signals that our brain and our body give us about the annoyance developing inside us. These signs are physical (overwhelming breathing), conduct (teeth-holding), passionate (blame), or subjective (pictures of retribution).
- Articulation − If the Escalation Phase proceeds with unattended, the Expression Phase will before long follow. This is portrayed by vicious presentation of outrage which incorporates either verbal or physical animosity.
- Post-articulation − It is at this phase when we begin understanding the negative outcomes that were the immediate aftereffect of the verbal or physical animosity. They could go from internal sentiments of blame, disgrace, and lament to progressively outer ramifications, for example, capture, and reprisal from others.
Each individual has his own power, recurrence, and length of outrage in the Aggression Cycle. For instance, one individual may blow up in only a couple of moments. Someone else's indignation may raise gradually over a long span before hitting the Expression Stage.
The Aim of Anger Management is to keep individuals from arriving at the Expression Stage. With the assistance of successful methods and practices, outrage can be recognized and controlled before it arrives at the Escalation Stage.