Anger Is Not Always What It Seems! – How Anger Management Therapy Gets to the Source of Your Anger

Research in the field of psychology has been painting a more complete picture of anger. We typically understand anger as an expression of frustration or annoyance or a response to a threat of some kind. Anger can also be a defense...

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Understanding Anger in Men

Most of us believe we can tell when someone is angry. We look at the expression on a person’s face or their body language and come to a quick conclusion. Anger is that powerful antagonistic emotion you feel when you...

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The Amazing Healing Power of Humor

Everyone enjoys a good laugh…don’t you? Even the most no-nonsense, restrained, sober and conservative person enjoys the feeling of being uplifted and carried away by the sheer delight of laughter. It is one of the most enjoyable of human...

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Anger is Not Sexy…Tips to Stay Calm and Save Your Relationship

Think about the last time you really lost control in your partner’s presence. Maybe you were mad at your partner. Maybe you were railing at the world. What did he or she witness? Were you red-faced and loud? Were your sarcastic and sulky...

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Anger Management Techniques: 31 Tips to Tackle Your Temper

Airplane conversationalists. Slow walkers. Mumbling talkers. Interrupters. Irritated? Unaddressed “honey do” lists. Friends who just drop off a text thread for hours. That coworker who wants to high five every time they pass. Annoyed? And don’t forget that guy who insists...

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Burnout: Prevention and Recovery

About every month or two one or more of my clients suffers from Burnout. Burnout is not technically a clinical term, but one that is used to describe a state of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion that renders a person...

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Overcoming Resentments: The Path to Freedom and Better Health

Some people spend too much time thinking about what bad things may have been done to them. They obsess over every remark, possible insult, slight or rejection they have ever experienced. They can torment themselves with upset or anger over...

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