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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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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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Anger and the Emotional Vocabulary

Some years ago I wrote a series of articles titled, “Change Your Language Reduce Your Anger.” In those articles I introduced the idea that anger management can be achieved if we learn an emotional vocabulary. Since then, my position has … Continue reading

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The Crying Game: Babies’ Crying and Anger

Societies across the world invest billions in formal education. Unfortunately very little of that money is spent on teaching children to perceive, identify, and meet their need (PIM) while expressing their emotions. The fallout is that there are masses of … Continue reading

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