Does an experience of shame affect the way you see your anger?

This research project is interested in looking at men’s experiences of anger. Since anger has become endemic to British society, the research is about exploring not only experiences of anger, but how possible experiences of shame or the ‘shaming culture’ around men’s expressions of anger might affect our willingness to look at the anger we’re struggling with, thus possibly perpetuating the wider problem.

If you would be interested in participating in a confidential conversation about your experiences, I would love to hear from you.

Who can Participate?
Any adult male who sees themself as struggling with anger and feels comfortable with the idea of talking to me about it, confidentially.

Who is doing the research?
My name is Odin Waters and I struggle with anger. I chose this research subject because of its personal relevance to me. I am undertaking this research for my dissertation, as a part of my MSc Counselling and Psychotherapy course at Keele University.

If you are interested in taking part in this research, or would simply like more information, please contact me by email:
w7p83@students.keele.ac.uk.

Thank you for considering participating!

Odin.