The following is for someone that knows they are angry and knows their behaviour is destructive. Many people don’t know or acknowledge their anger because that, in itself, is too frightening. The truth is we all carry anger and deal with it different ways. So here are 8 steps that come from my years of experience in working with anger in people
This is an interview I did with Clinton Power, founder of Australia Counselling. I discuss the critical aspects of Anger Resolution and why resolution is far more important compared to Anger Management.
The inherent risk in No. When you say ‘no’ you risk the possibility of being abandoned or conversely annihilated. You risk the response of alienation by being courageous enough to deny the person or community that has requested something from you. You have to face someone else’s disappointment. If you cannot say ‘no’, you will end up being burdened or resentful or angry as your boundaries are intruded upon. Your …Read More