This may prevent frustrated people from destroying things in their own houses or taking it out on a loved one.
But psychologists warn it could be a dangerous way to vent frustrations, the Daily Mail reported.
Founder Donna Alexander began the business out of her garage in 2008 to provide a non-traditional form of stress relief after dealing first-hand with hard-to-control anger, according to CBS News.
But within the last four years the popularity of her services has led her to expand to a Dallas storefront.
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