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Illness and Anger: 3 Steps to Avoid the Spiritual Pitfalls by Michele W. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:15pm Illness and Anger: 3 Steps to Avoid the Spiritual Pitfalls - written by Lisa Copen "When I was first diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, I was relieved at first," shares Cindy. "So many doctors kept telling me to see a psychiatrist, but I knew it was my body, not my head, that was in trouble." She explains, "I had spent so much time befo ... Read on »
Illness and Anger: 3 Steps to Avoid the Spiritual Pitfalls by Lisa C. Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 8:55pm This article is free to reprint, just post as it's written and include the footer at the bottom. I'd love to hear if you do share it with others! Lisa ----------------------------------------------------- Illness and Anger: 3 Steps to Avoid the Spiritual Pitfalls "When I was first diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, I was relieved ... Read on »
Illness and Anger, or: I Took a Trip to Cancerland and All I Got Was This Bottled-Up Rage by Louise Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:10pm Because I only see my family, at best, three or four times a year, I am often surprised by my reactions to things they say and do when I am around them. This applies to mainly to how I deal with my parents and respond to their questions about the state of my health. I am most aware of my reactions to enquiries about my health when I am with ... Read on »
Anger, Stress And Ailments by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Feb 2012 6:31am I don't think it is far beside the truth when I say that I have a lot of patience, but even that has its limits. Although very few have found the boundaries, I do run out at times and get angry. Getting angry is okay, staying angry can do a lot of harm; mentally, emotionally, but also physically. Stress hormones which are released in the body ca ... Read on »
The Angry Part of Illness by thematrix777 Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 10 Apr 2010 12:00am I was diagnosed in 2005 with an incurable, progressive debilitating neurological condition called RSD ( reflex sympathetic dystrophy ) or aka CRPS. It felt like my life was over. And, I was mad! Mad at the condition, mad at the doctor who performed the surgery that triggered the RSD. But, most of all I was mad at GOD.... What ha ... Read on »
Anger and Bipolar Stability by Michele Soloway Sexton Patient Expert Posted Mon 20 Sep 2010 12:00am Anger is a natural emotion, but it can threaten bipolar stability.  Anger in itself isn’t bad, it’s what you do with it that determines whether it is harmful or not.  For me, anger is a reaction to something (or someone).  Usually something I don’t like that is happening to me or around me, and usually something I can’t control (which usu ... Read on »
I'll take teeth and claws over an angry client any day by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Thu 10 Mar 2011 6:00am As any self-respecting service worker well knows, there’s nothing worse than an angry customer. Our workplace is no different. It’s just that our customers come in a variety of species. Given the choice, though, I’ll take my chances with the ones wielding the teeth and claws over the ones wielding the checkbooks.   Irate clients are the st ... Read on »
How to Deal with Chronic Illness or Injury and Depression by wordstorunby Posted Wed 21 Nov 2012 11:30am We have all been sick throughout our lives – with the cold, flu, headache or maybe even stitches or a broken bone. There are some of us who are injured or extremely ill and require surgery to correct or ease the problem, which can result in an even longer and wearisome recovery. And, if an illness is recurring, it can become even more frustrati ... Read on »
Explaining Chronic Illness to Your Child by Lisa C. Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 8:56pm I loved this article and thought it was very helpful. My son is currently 4 and a half and learning a bit more about "mommy's owies." As Christians he's also trying to figure out in his own mind why God heals his owies, like a scraped knee, but not Mommy's. Overall, I thought this article was much-needed and a great reference. Lisa ~~~~~~ ... Read on »
Control Your Anger by Dr. Daisy S. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 5:14pm Did you know that getting angry can actually make you sick? Ever feel ill after a disagreement with your husband or children? How about the co-worker that is constantly annoying you, until you finally snap. Anger is a very strong emotion and one that can make you very ill. Below are some are some signs that will help you be more aware of t ... Read on »