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Do the eight tools help with anger toward self? by Tony F. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 01 Sep 2008 7:19pm Most of our writings concern people who have anger toward others. But, I recently received an email from someone who said he never gets mad at other people - only himself. He was wondering if the eight tools can be applied in that situation. The answer is a resounding YES. Even anger toward other people is sometimes the outward manifestation of s ... Read on »
"What Angry Kids Need"-Anger Menu-Anger Management-Problem Solving and More by Patty .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 24 Sep 2008 11:54am This Sunday on the MamasTimeOut© show, I had the opportunity to speak with, Pam Hopkins, MSW, children's specialist and co-author of "What Angry Kids Need". Pam shared several ideas and tips... Littlebytes Online Store is now for custom apparel for men, women, children, infants and toddlers, gifts and more! fe ... Read on »
Anger Management- common reasons people become angry by Todd C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Oct 2008 7:08pm Anger management is a learned skill. Whenever you feel you are losing your temper in a way that may harm you, or others, you should look for professional help. Every one of us has lost temper at once or another. Anger management becomes issuing only when we are no longer able to control our anger. When your anger controls you, it can ... Read on »
Do Anger Professionals Get Angry? by Tony F. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Wed 27 Jul 2011 2:22pm This is a common question that my clients either ask me, or want to ask me as they sit either in anger management class or in private consultation. The short answer is that yes, of course, anger management professionals get angry, like everyone else. But, hopefully the anger management professional uses his own teachings to manage his or her ow ... Read on »
Anger Management: Learn to Diffuse The Angry Emotion by Tony F. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Thu 24 Oct 2013 6:56pm Anger is one of the core emotions or feelings that human beings are hard-wired to experience whenever they are blocked from achieving a goal they have or an end result they wish to achieve. Anger Management is the process of learning how to deal with anger as a core emotion. Everybody feels anger from time to time. Not feeling it can cause ... Read on »
Anger Management - Learning to Express Anger Healthily by Matt A. Posted Mon 16 Jun 2008 6:11pm [Image courtesy ofe-magic] The world can be an unfair place at times, with people seemingly conspiring to make your life difficult. When people do something to annoy you ‘losing it’ and venting your fury might seem like a good way of sticking up for yourself. But constantly losing your temper at the merest slight is only going to harm your ... Read on »
PTSD & Anger, Part 2: Why Are We So Angry? by Michele Rosenthal Posted Fri 11 Jul 2014 12:00pm ( First off, let me say for those of you who have not scrolled down and found the picture of me, this picture here is NOT me!) Getting to today’s topic: This idea of anger has captivated my attention. Mostly, because I lived with it for so long and never thought twice about it. In my world… well, that’s the state I was so ... Read on »
Dotty Didn't Get Angry Because I Diffused Her Anger by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Nov 2012 8:53am Yes you can communicate with a person who is deeply forgetful. Quite effectively I might add if you open your mind, open your heart, and think positively. By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room My mother Dotty went to Heaven on May 25, 2012. In mid April of the same year I went to New York for two days to talk at a Sympo ... Read on »
Anger, anger, and more anger by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 Jan 2010 12:00am One of the things that can make TBI particularly difficult, in the ensuing weeks, months, even years, is anger issues. Rage issues. Flying off the handle and attacking others for no good reason that they can see. There are a lot of reasons this happens. Some of them are: Fatigue – your system is compromised by too little sleep ... Read on »
What is Anger: Identifying the Need for Help with Anger by Gregory Kyles, LPC, CAMF Posted Wed 13 May 2009 5:41pm Anger is an emotional state.   It can be triggered by both internal and external cues.   As an emotion, anger is a natural response and serves many purposes. It is based in human biology (as are other emotions) and serves us through the survival drive in its most fundamental form.   Anger is a strong protective force.   It creates physiological re ... Read on »