Therapy Cats for Anger Management and Emotional Regulation

Therapy cats can provide a calming presence that helps to reduce stress and anxiety, which can often trigger feelings of anger

Trigger feelings of anger

Cats have a soothing purring sound that can lower your heart rate and blood pressure, which can help you feel more relaxed

Soothing purring sound

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Pent-up emotions

Playing with a therapy cat can help you release pent-up emotions and channel your anger into a more positive outlet

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Feel less alone

Therapy cats can provide a non-judgmental and unconditional source of support that can help you feel less alone in your struggles


Caring for a therapy cat can give you a sense of purpose and responsibility, which can be empowering and help to boost your self-esteem


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The act of petting

The act of petting a therapy cat can release oxytocin, a hormone that helps to promote feelings of love, bonding, and trust


Spending time with a therapy cat can help you practice mindfulness and stay present in the moment, which can be helpful for managing strong emotions

Practice mindfulness

Therapy cats can offer a distraction from negative thoughts and rumination, giving you a break from the cycle of anger and frustration

Therapy cats

Regular interactions with a therapy cat can help to build a sense of routine and structure, which can be helpful for managing impulsivity.

Regular interactions

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Emotional distress

The companionship of a therapy cat can provide comfort and solace during times of stress or emotional distress


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