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Posts Tagged ‘Anger’

Making Room for Anger

Jamie* tells me how her spouse is working late all week again. She’ll have to handle back to school night on her own at two different schools for the third year in a row, and she’s worried about not being able to get to all the teachers she needs to see. I ask her if…

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Anger is your friend: the restoration of anger

When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem.  In the temple courts he found people selling cattle, sheep and doves, and others sitting at tables exchanging money.  So he made a whip out of cords, and drove all from the temple courts, both sheep and cattle; he scattered the…

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Anger Management Techniques for Adults

“Anger is brought on by triggering events.  We each have our own triggers.  One of  the first steps in anger management is identifying what these triggers are.” -Dr. William Gardner Emotions are big red flags that something is wrong or a bright flash that something is good.  Generally speaking, emotional responses are internal reactions to thoughts.…

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What’s in an Anger Outburst?! –Saying the Most True Thing–

Author: Tom Rhodes, MFT Website: www.selfinquirytherapy.com If we all embraced and embodied this, saying the most true thing, to ourselves, to our husbands, wives, friends, family, children, a lot of pain and suffering could be avoided. Or, once induced, it could be repaired. However, there are seemingly plenty of good reasons not to, from a…

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