While there is no scientific basis determining that anger problems are hereditary, certain mental and physical disorders that can lead to outbursts of explosive anger may be inherited from your parents. The fact that anger is an emotion is a telling indication that, since emotions are not hereditary, anger issues cannot be hereditary.
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There are some professionals who believe that certain things that cause people to suffer a lack of control as it pertains to anger are hereditary.
Especially if the causes are medical or psychological, during which the traits seem to be replicated in children of those with anger management issues.
Those with mental issues, such as bi-polar disorder, are often seen as having an inherited problem as these types of disorders are often seen as a valid medical problem and not as a mental disease. Treatment for the child is usually similar to that of the adult from which they may have inherited the problem. While high blood pressure and anxiety are often thought to affect more than one generation, as causes of anger disorders, they are believed to also be hereditary.
Although it has also been shown that a persons environment affects their ability to cope with situations that may cause extreme anger, inherited health issues can lend themselves to being a contributing factor as well. A