Written by Tina (USA)
Founder of My Grateful Life
In a perfect world everyone would be happy and live peacefully. People would let their perceived obstacles roll off their backs knowing that it is temporary and they would realize any misunderstandings or misconceptions are filtered through their eyes and experiences.
Realistically, this just doesn’t happen. People get caught up in the ego and function from a place of anxiety, fear, disappointment, frustration or hurt. This is when anger comes into play, mostly when one feels a situation is unjust or that they have been unfairly treated.
A couple decades ago, we were told hitting a pillow or screaming at the top of our lungs was the best way to let out the rage, but these old school techniques have since been proven unconstructive. The old anger management methods were only meant to control anger in an immediate ‘feel better’ fix, but buried feelings that…
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