106 and above – You have a severe anger problem
Your anger is a severe problem and you need to do something about it immediately. Now you’ve got an “official” anger score to confirm what others have told you and what you have privately admitted. You are angry.
If you are to become a happier person, something has got to change. In particular, you’ve got to alter the way you see yourself, other people, and the events in your daily life.
Be honest with yourself. Stop automatically denying that there is a problem. Take a hard look at your life. Stop making excuses for your behaviour.
Your problems are not everyone else’s fault, and just because your anger is not as bad as that of others does not mean that it isn’t a problem. Only you can decide that you are not as happy as you would like to be. Only you can decide to change the way you look at the world. Only you can make concrete changes in your behaviour.
You have to stop arguing over trivia. You must learn to listen to others, not just prepare your next rebuttal. You must learn better ways to handle frustration and disappointment. You must learn to be more flexible and accommodating.
The first step, as simple as it seems, is to recognize your anger, how it looks, how it feels, and how it affects everyone and everything in your life. The first step is always the hardest, but once you make the effort, you’ll soon notice you’re running full steam ahead.