We’ve all had moments of anger. When that knucklehead in the grey Chevy cuts you off, when the “easy assembly” cabinet isn’t, or when you open the fridge in the break room to find someone has eaten your lunch—it’s not unusual to get a little pissed off. For most of us, anger is an emotion that briefly raises our temper, then we get ourselves under control and life goes on. For a few though, anger becomes a catalyst for violence either to ourselves or others. Instead of a passing emotion, anger becomes an all-consuming rage that controls our life.