Category Archives: Anger Management
The Anger – Trust Connection
The Anger-Trust Connection podcast by Lynette J. Hoy, NCC, LCPC How can you rebuild trust when you are angry with someone? Is there any hope? What needs to happen to break the cycle of anger and distrust? Here are some … Continue reading
Breaking Out of Anger… Have you ever wondered what causes anger to rear it’s ugly head so quickly? In our books I have talked about how expectations, self-talk and choices trigger and amplify anger. Anger is ultimately a physiological and … Continue reading
Can’t Get Rid of the Rage!
Question: Hi , I am really worried people close to me say I need help. This is why. I take things so personally things people do say or decisions they make. It really makes me angry! I think the way … Continue reading
Don’t Waste Your Anger!
What makes you angry? Disrespect, loud noises, unfriendly, self-centered people, put-downs, rude behavior, people who break the rules? Anger is normal and it is an energy which can help you accomplish goals. But, if you can’t detect your anger in … Continue reading
Question: I will say that I do understand how to normally deal with anger, but what I’m trying to illuminate is that it seems to be flaring up a lot more often than what I consider to be normal for … Continue reading
4 Q’s to Disarming Anger
Listen to the “Quick Tips for Managing Anger” podcast: Episodes: Feb. 2021: 4 Q’s to Disarming Anger – (MP3 format) 7min. 20 sec. Download (audio/mpeg, 6.75 Mb) Description: What can you do to stop harmful anger and it’s consequences? Here are … Continue reading
Tips for Preventing Post-Holiday Anger..
Are you the victim of Post-Holiday Anger? The holidays are times when people tend to get stressed out, emotional, feel lonely and angry. Why? Because we expect to feel happy during the holidays. We want to feel close to others … Continue reading
Anger and Aggression….
Question: When someone starts calling me names or taunting me, it winds me up very easily. Especially when they say things that I feel hit a nerve. Things like saying I have no friends, that I’m weird or a loner, … Continue reading