It feels urgent! When you’re angry, or dealing with someone else’s anger, you want something to help right now. So, that’s where we’re going to start.Anger may show up everywhere and come out in all sorts of distressing ways. You may switch feelings (so that you cry), hold silent grudges, (then worry and feel guilty), or explode without warning (overreact). Sometimes you may use anger as a distraction or protection from feelings that you think may overwhelm you. Anger often masks a deep emotion, hurt or injury that you are not ready to look at. Within anger there is energy for positive action.
Dealing With Anger
We will look at what anger is and what it isn’t, identify those areas that make you angry, look at your description of anger, your responses and then develop tools that help you respond to anger in a constructive way. Anger is often a cover up for deeper unresolved issues and my struggle with anger has helped me learn and process many of those underlying triggers. I am here to walk with you and help you look at those things that have led to outbursts of anger and find constructive ways to deal with them.