Category Archives: anger management classes

8 Unconscious Beliefs that Hide Behind the Aggression that manifest itself as Domestic Violence

As a child, I was the unfortunate childhood witness to domestic violence. Those events shaped who I have become today, and as a mental health practitioner and a student of anger, conflict and domestic violence I see the world through … Continue reading

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Hospitals looking to anger management for disruptive doctors

EXTRACT The Washington Post reports a 2011 incident involving a surgeon who was conducting a difficult abdominal operation and asked for a specific tool. When a technician handed it to him, the surgeon saw that it was loaded incorrectly and … Continue reading

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Five reasons why Anxiety is linked to Anger, Conflict and Bullying

For the purpose of this article anxiety is defined as the following: A constant and low grade feeling of being unsafe and always fearing pending non-existence either by death or just being totally invisible or irrelevant to the rest of … Continue reading

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New Teen Anger Management Program

In response to a growing need we have published an new teen workbook. This workbook is part of a comprehensive teen program. Visit conflictcoaching.co to learn more about our program.

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How to choose a credible online (internet) anger management class

How to choose a credible online (internet) anger management program Length of time in business. There are some companies that have been in business only 3-4 months and claim that they have thousands of customers. This is quite unlikely. Choose … Continue reading

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Anger management: Thermometer and Thermostat

True anger management demands that we recognize our emotions and consciously decide how we will act on those emotions. Emotions are fascinating because they are a way of communicating with the world, they give us clues about what we love, … Continue reading

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Anger Management: Lessons from the playground

As children we dream and workout these dreams through play. On the playground children become doctors, lawyers, firemen, policemen, truck drivers etc. Children learn to perceive what they love, what they hate, what makes them happy and sad on the … Continue reading

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101 Free Anger Management Tips: Practice them for a better life

Read a book Breathe deeply Talk with a friend Transferring the situation from negative to positive by self talk HALT! Find out if you are hungry, lonely, tired or some emotion other than anger Take a long bubble bath Have … Continue reading

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Is Your Anger a Sign of Grief?

Sometimes if it quacks like a duck and walks like a duck it may not be a duck. In the case of anger sometimes the appearance of aggression and hostility may not be anger. In fact, it may be a … Continue reading

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When You Should Avoid Conflict

Before I begin let me first say that when I speak about conflict in this article I am referring to any interaction where there are opposing viewpoints. Also, I do not consider conflict as negative.  Now that is out of … Continue reading

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