So often we focus on what’s next on the agenda. This year, Anger Mangagement 818 has decided to review all the accomplishments we have achieved as a company during the year of 2011. Looking back, it seems we have accomplished many important tasks. Anger Management 818 is open to feedback from our community.
Making decisions are challenging. You don’t know whether the decision you make will result in a satisfactory outcome. Or maybe, you are concerned with regretting the decision you make today. Making decisions are stressful at times, thus, as part of stress management, it’s important to look at not only what get’s in the way of making decisions, but to review some strategies and some helpful tips to aid with the process of important decisions.
Anger Management 818 participated in the North Hollywood Taco Cook Off on Saturday September 24, 2011. Our team had a booth at the event and handed out tips and information sheets on ways to handle anger. The information was received well by the community and our team enjoyed being at the event. http://www.nohofoodtruckfest.com/
The Sherman Oaks Street Fair was Sunday October 16, 2011 and Anger Management 818 had a booth at the event. We handed out promotional items and information on healthy ways to handle anger. We also had games for parents and children to play. This event attracted over 80,000 people from the San Fernando Valley and…
Anger Management 818 is proud to announce its participation in the Sherman Oaks Farmer’s Market. Our team had a booth at the market in June and September and plans to be there again on Saturday December 17. The Sherman Oaks Farmer’s Market is every Saturday from 8am-1pm at the 101 Freeway and Sepulveda. http://members.shermanoakschamber.org/Events/details/sherman-oaks-community-farmers-market-12-17-2011
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…
Sometimes it is hard to remember all the tips and remedies for defusing anger. When you experience a situation with someone that results in feeling upset, the following three principles are basic to dispelling and/or preventing anger from arising. 1. Think: This situation is not meant personally against me. This person is having a bad…