Among the common behavioral issues that adolescents face is anger management. Expressing irritation or certain outbursts of anger may be common among their age but it can also be a sign of a more serious underlying problem. This condition can also be comorbid with other mental health issues like depression and anxiety. Another common factor that should be looked out for is if their anger issues pose dangers for them and to others. An effective way to determine if this is the case is to consult the advice of a mental health professional. They can observe your adolescent and give you tips on how to support your child in controlling their anger. And use various therapy and counseling methods to help them manage their condition.