Anger Management

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An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.

Mahatma Gandhi

Symptoms, Causes & Types Of Anger Issues

Anger is a natural, instinctive response to threats. Some anger is necessary for our survival. Anger becomes a problem when you have trouble controlling it, causing you to say or do things you regret…

Anger Management HelpGuide

Is your temper hijacking your life? These tips and techniques can help you get anger under control and express your feelings in healthier ways…

Ajahn Brahm’s Talks On Overcoming Anger

Anger eating demon, curbing anger, lowering expectation, dealing with difficult people, resolving conflict, handling blame, making peace with mistakes, stopping jealousy, letting go, cultivating self-love…

Assessing & Managing Anger For Dummies

An early step in managing anger at the moment you experience it is to assess the intensity of the feeling. This is the rate-and-label step. To assess your own anger, follow these steps:..

11 Anger Management Strategies To Help You Calm Down

Failing to manage your anger can lead to a variety of problems like saying things you regret, yelling at your kids, threatening your co-workers, sending rash emails, developing health problems, or even resorting to physical violence…

REACH: A Scientific Way To Forgive

Research supporting the REACH forgiveness method is extensive. Nathaniel Wade, William Hoyt, Julia Kidwell, and Everett Worthington (2014) published a comprehensive meta-analysis of all outcome research on forgiveness in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology…

Ebook: Curbing Anger, Spreading Love By Visudhacara

This book, based on principles of Buddhist mental training, is intended to show that it lies within our own power to curb anger and to spread love. In simple and clear language the author explains how…

Could Mindfulness Help You Control Anger?

New studies suggest that mindfulness may help us keep our cool during relationship conflicts…

Loving-Kindness Meditation

Loving-kindness practice is useful for overcoming anger, stress, anxiety, physical pain; improving gratitude, empathy, joy, social connection…

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