Typically, once you detoxify your relationship with yourself, you will be able to elevate your other relationships with ease.
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Anger is the desire to protect. It is not some dark, evil emotion that we should shun. Yet, when we suppress it, anger waits for an opportunity to express itself out of its original context.
Some will say "No Name-Calling Week" is more accurately called "PC Police Week." After all, an offensive term over the dinner table might be applauded in a rap song.
I was one of the thousands of purple ticket holders who survived "The Tunnel of Doom on 3rd Street," as it's known to those of us who suffered through the most disappointing day of our lives.
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Iraq War veterans seem to be killing and hurting themselves and others more than veterans of any other war in American history.
I have a very hard time being criticized, corrected, or accused - even of the smallest mistakes - and I react very angrily. I've wrestled this instinc...
These days, most of us feel some resentment towards something or someone: the economy, the President, employers, all the usual suspects. You may even feel angry at God for not intervening.
The agitated mind, if allowed to fully run its course without suppression of any thought or emotion, may simply exhaust itself and give up, revealing an underlying, more equanimous state.
I have worked in theaters, as a cab driver, in small companies, large corporations and mega-watt global behemoths, and they are all the same. They are people working for a living.
The level of anger nearly always rises in the closing weeks of a national election. Elections are hard fought. But this year, the financial crisis is adding a whole new level.
Each reaction to a difficult person is a learning opportunity. If rage overwhelms you, then you can learn to control rage. If fear paralyzes you, then you can learn how to gain safety from that fear.
Anger goes with the human condition. It's a misunderstanding to think we're not supposed to have anger. Anger goes with the territory of being human...
While we're all waiting for someone to leak the Palin Troopergate Report (which is reminiscent of waiting for "Fitzmas" during the whole Scooter Libby...
"I have a temper, to state the obvious, which I have tried to control with varying degrees of success because it does not always serve my interes...
Being polite is overrated when the very life's blood of your country is pumping out by the gallon and no one seems to care.
Turn the bright light of curiosity on it, and learn from it. When you become curious about your anger, you become conscious of it. You can't help it, really.
Democrats have every right to feel angry, but I'd like to suggest that when they get red in the face and loose their venom on the world, they are no longer Democrats, but something else entirely.
Psychology may be too "elite" for the new Clintons, but it seems clear they're more than midway through the five classic stages of grieving: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance.
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