This program focuses on the "how to" aspects of anger prevention and control. Viewers learn that each individual is responsible for his or her own thoughts and actions, and that anger-producing thoughts can be prevented. Anger prevention methods are shown, along with examples. Viewers see how to stop "trigger thoughts" and come to understand that they cannot change others. They learn how to conduct healthy "self-talk" (a person's inner monologue) by avoiding common pitfalls that lead to anger - shoulds, entitlements, personal views of fairness, assumptions, demonizing, and global labeling. The program then discusses anger escalation ("anger chains") and shows various ways, such as time-outs, inquiries, response choice rehearsals, and re-channeling to prevent escalation. Because stress is a major component of anger, the program illustrates methods of stress recognition and management. Breathing exercises, muscle relaxation, and physical exercise are featured.