Tag: hurt

Journaling Through Anger: Part 1

People talk a lot these days about the benefits of journaling. They say that journaling can be highly effective for helping people process their emotions. Seems easy enough, right? Well, simply writing your feelings down on paper can be effective, but to get the most out of the journaling experience, consider experimenting with different methods.…
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January 15, 2013 2

Disrespect

In anger management, the words “respect” and “disrespect” are heard often. Mostly it is about how someone else is disrespectful. So let’s think about what it means to be or feel disrespected. First, let’s define the term “Respect.” According to Dictionary.com, respect is defined as deference to a right, privilege, privileged position; proper acceptance or…
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October 7, 2011 6

Thought Triggers to Anger

Our thought patterns play a pertinent role with our feelings. Here are some triggering thoughts to anger. If you recognize some of them for yourself, it would be useful to contact an anger management counselor to help you.


September 1, 2011 1