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Hope and Elation - Frustration and Anger – Fear and Loathing: The Contrasting Emotional Responses to the Revolutionary Dis by stuart Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Dec 2009 12:00am My thanks to Rusty Patterson for providing me with the following article that you should all read. ============================================ By Dr. Ashton Embry The beautifully crafted, CTV documentary on the astounding findings of Dr Zamboni and his team for multiple sclerosis has hit the MS community like a tidal wav ... Read on »
Disappointment, Confusion, Anger, Frustration, and Hope by Lee Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 17 Jan 2009 1:51am Back in October I filed for an unemployment extension and I thought it went through. When I realized it hadn't gone through I decided to go for disability because I thought maybe that was why the unemployment didn't go through, so I could go back on disability so that I could use that to get my health insurance extended. Then I get the first disa ... Read on »
Anger and Sex: Part 1- Sexual Frustration by Tony F. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 1:13pm As a practicing psychologist and marriage therapist, I often encounter clients who are angry because they suffer sexual frustration in their marriage or relationship. As we teach in our anger classes , anger is sometimes a secondary emotion, meaning that there is something underneath it which triggers it. Often that “something” is sexual ... Read on »
AngerCoach Show – Episode #11 – Anger and Sex by Tony F. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Fri 21 May 2010 9:16am This months episode we discuss the relationship that sex and anger share. As a practicing Psychologist and Marriage Therapist, I have come across many couples who experience sexual frustrations in their relationships. Often times anger can arise from sexual frustration, and as this episode discusses, sexual frustration can result from ang ... Read on »
Gratitude Skill Important For Anger Control by Tony F. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Wed 23 Dec 2009 12:37pm Learning to respond instead of react to frustration and anger triggers is anger tool #3  in our “tool kit” of anger control strategies. An important skill to use this tool is the skill of being grateful for things in your world and in your life. It is almost impossible to be angry and grateful at the same time. But, it is very challenging to be ... Read on »
Couples anger often related to differences in love language by Tony F. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Wed 11 Mar 2009 3:15pm Jim and Mary have been married for 10 years but can’t seem to see eye-to-eye on almost anything. The more they tried to please each other and show love to each other, the more emotionally distant they became. Neither could figure out what the problem was, as they both really felt they were trying to make things work. Jim did all kinds of things f ... Read on »
Stop Seeing Red – Learn To Control Your Anger by Angel31 Posted Sat 25 Jan 2014 3:00am Do you ever get angry? I know I do, it’s rare but it definitely happens, although I think for me it’s mixed with feelings of frustration and disappointment and usually I feel angry at myself instead of others. It’s hard to be healthy and happy if you struggle to deal with anger in a natural and positive way, I thought this article was ... Read on »
11 Healthy Ways to Deal with Parenting Anger by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 19 Oct 2012 1:26pm Guest Post by Jude Bijou You're all alone dealing with a houseful of kids who, when they're not playing nicely together, may be crying, whining, fighting, or running around creating havoc and chaos. You can feel the anger, frustration, and resentment rising in you -- you're ready to blow a gasket! It's normal to feel resentment and feel as ... Read on »
Anger Management by Sara G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Feb 2009 4:30pm You'll be happy to know that Henry the Pug is settling into his routine, despite the fact that he permanently lost his eyesight about 6 weeks ago. (Here he is, enjoying the warm spell out our back porch. Of course he's not really taking in the view from his angle...but he was quite content, nonetheless.) He's getting around the house pretty well, ... Read on »
Anger Pointed Inward by LadyDownsize Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:01pm Writing the past few days has been a real struggle, particularly since Monday night. I had to take my daughter to the doctor for the second time in a few weeks. She has a sore knee, and the first visit the doctor said it was likely a sports related injury due to activities in the fitness class she’s taking at school. It was ten days of minima ... Read on »