Category Archives: Conflict
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
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
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
Defusing Anger & Rage- dealing with COVID-19
Question: I hate what is going on in the world today! The COVID-19 pandemic has me so scared about going outside…But I also feel enraged that my family and I have to endure this! This has caused so much stress … Continue reading
Flying Off the Handle with Anger…
Question: Hi, I have a problem. About every six to eight months I seem to fly off the handle. Every time my wife gets an order of protection against me to stay away from her and our 9 year old … Continue reading
Is it Anger or Abuse?
People are often confused – wondering what the difference is between anger and abuse? Anger can result in rage, put-downs and violent acts. Isn’t this kind of behavior the same as abuse? *You can listen to this Quick Tips for … Continue reading
Chronic Anger Syndrome…
Question: I’ve been reading the Chronic anger symptoms and found a lot of identical things that often happens to me. Lately I’ve been in a real storm with my parents and some other people where slight problems often caused me … Continue reading
Why Do People Get Angry?
Clients tell me that when they feel disrespected or treated rudely – they get angry. Often, they experience anger when they feel helpless or when goals are blocked. An important fact about anger is that the amygdala (emotional center) in … Continue reading