Anger

Dealing with anger We all feel angry at different times and to varying degrees. It’s simply part of the human experience. Feelings of anger can arise in many different contexts. Experiencing unjust treatment; hearing a criticism; or simply not getting what you want are but a few of the potential triggers.  The experience of anger can range from mild irritation, to frustration, all the way up to seething rage.  As a matter of fact, even boredom is a mild version of anger in the form of dissatisfaction with what is happening.  Can you describe your anger? Can you draw it? Can you list the things and events that trigger your anger? Whilst anger can be a great tool when used constructively, fuelling change, enabling us to meet challenges and fight injustice – it can also be extremely destructive.  How do you use your anger? Is it a constructive or destructive element in your life? What many people don’t realise is that anger is a secondary emotion. What does...
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