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Anger-Management Index


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  1. Reclaim Your Power Through Forgiveness By George Lockett
    A simple way to take personal responsibility for your life and live it from a field of all possibilities, a look at empowering yourself through the concept of forgiveness.Forgiveness is a wonderful gift that we have been given to re-centre our energies within our Selves. For as long as we project our power to another and blame them for our current situation we are dis-empowering ourselves.Forgiveness is a state of mind: We can choose to forgive someone at any time just by saying the words – “I…


  2. Anger Management: Is It Finally Time To Forgive? By Charlie Badenhop
    In order to free ourselves from the pain of anger and resentment we need to be able to forgive our self and others. The longer we dwell on hurtful situations from the past, the longer we keep our self from living fully in the present. Forgiveness is an act of kindness. An act of kindness to your self, as it leads to a sense of personal freedom.Recently I had a client who had a lot of resentment towards her mother for many things that she had done to her in the past. "I don't want to forgive m…


  3. Eight Simple Anger Management Tips By David Leonhardt
    "The other night I ate at a real family restaurant. Every table had an argument going."One of the biggest obstacles to personal and career success is anger. When we fail to control our anger, we suffer several blows:Anger impedes our ability to be happy, because anger and happiness are incompatible.Anger sends marriages and other family relationships off-course.Anger means lost business, because it destroys relationships.Anger also means losing business that you could have won in a more graci…


  4. Anger - Deal With It In Two Minutes By Pradeep Chadha
    How many times have you felt the need to bash up someone and found yourself helpless? How many times have you felt like screaming at your boss but had to restrain yourself? How many times you wanted to punch a bully but could not?Not any more if you follow this little advice.When you are angry with someone, do not fight or confront the person. As soon as you feel the anger, take yourself in a quiet place. Preferably sit down on a chair. Take a few deep breaths. Imagine that the person you want…


  5. Assertive Communication - An Anger Management Technique By Ari Novick
    Our client, Aaron, told us that in his family they typically yell at one another to get the point across. Aaron recently got in a relationship with a woman who told him that his anger “scares” her when he gets upset. Aaron’s reply was that he was not upset, this was “just the way I am used to expressing myself when I get upset, this is normal for me”. The reality is that what might be “normal” for you and your family of origin may not be the “norm” is terms of communicating effectively with…


  6. How To Be Assertive Without Getting ANGRY By Rosella Aranda
    No matter what type of business we are involved in, our success is in part determined by how well we deal with people. We need to present ourselves as confident, decisive and assertive.LET'S NOT OVERDO ITSometimes, however, our efforts to show our assertiveness cross the line. We end up coming across as rude, aggressive or downright belligerent.Let’s clarify the major distinctions.ASSERTIVENESS VS. AGGRESSIVENESSIn any situation where your rights or space are being violated, there are …


  7. Anger Mangement: Some Basic Tips By Jeff Herring
    Just the other day I saw a t-shirt that said:"My anger management class pissed me off."Learning to or having to manage your anger can be no fun.A wake up callYou get angry, I get angry, all God's children get angry. It's what we do with our anger that makes all the difference.Our children can be wonderfully humbling mirrors.After a prolonged temper tantrum resulted in our son missing out on a fun event, I actually heard this coming out of my mouth:“When you decide to stay angry you can miss ou…


  8. Stress Management and Mastery: 5 Tips for Positive Anger Management By Jeff Herring
    A grandfather, whose grandson came to him angry at a schoolmate who had done him an injustice, said,"I too, at times, have felt a great hate for those who have taken so much, with no sorrow for what they do. But hate wears you down and doesn't hurt your enemy. It's like taking poison and wishing your enemy would die."I have struggled with these feelings many times," he continued. "It is as if there are two wolves inside me: One is good and does no harm. He lives in harmony with all around him …


  9. Anger Management Practice: The Gift of Forgiveness By Charlie Badenhop
    This anger management Practice draws on the dual wisdom of Aikido and scientific research. "The gift of forgiveness" will help you explore how to change long term anger into a wider range of life affirming emotions. It is a simple yet profound Practice following the Seishindo principles of Absorption, Utilization, and Balance.- Absorb your upset feelings as you inhale, and feel what is there for you.- Utilize your upsetness to help generate forgiveness.- Remain emotionally balanced as you feel…


  10. Reacting Vs. Responding By Linda Salazar
    There’s been a common theme lately in my coaching practice with my clients and I thought it would be worthwhile to share this with you. We’ve been having a great deal of discussion about reacting to a situation as opposed to responding.Can you recall a time when you might have reacted to something or someone and when the incident was all over feelings were hurt and you told yourself you wished you had handled it differently? If you’ve got kids, a life partner, parents, friends, a boss, employ…


  11. Anger Management: Are You Able To Say Both Yes! And No! ? By Charlie Badenhop
    I hear from many people that they see ever increasing expressions of anger in their everyday life. Understanding the process of anger is an important topic for all of us to take a closer look at.If you take the time to delve deeper into your own anger, or resentment, you will often find that you are seriously limiting your ability to feel and express the full range of your emotions. In the process of limiting yourself, you become the victim of your emotions. You might be angry because you feel…


  12. Three Tips for Forgiveness: A Key Factor in Anger Management By Dr. Tony Fiore
    Elizabeth, 32, cried during anger management class as she told how one year ago - her 19-month-old girl was permanently brain-damaged as the result of a medical error at the hospital in which she was delivered.Elizabeth had a legitimate grievance toward the hospital and medical staff, and felt that she could never forgive them for what she saw as their incompetence. She clearly was not yet ready to forgive. She felt she needed her simmering anger to motivate her to do what she felt she neede…


  13. Emotional Toxins By Nick Arrizza, M.D.
    We label "physical" and "chemical" agents that make us ill as toxins yet we never admit to ourselves that there are also many "toxic" emotions that also make us ill. In this article I would like to expose some of the "emotional toxins" we willingly carry inside us and also discuss why we give them such immunity.Firstly, what emotional toxins am I talking about? Well if you reflect on which emotions make you feel uncomfortable, distressed, undermine your energy and your emotional/physical healt…






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