Anger as a Motivator

Anger can provide motivation for necessary action, but unless the feelings have been processed, it can backfire. Taking action while angry can create bigger problems and feelings of regret. Acknowledging the source of the anger and feeling the feelings as sensations...

Angry at Yourself

Take Responsibility When you find yourself getting really mad at someone else, pause and ask yourself who you’re actually mad at. If you really look deeply you’ll most likely find that you’re angry at yourself for not paying attention to information...

The Truth About Anger

Who We’re Really Angry At Blaming anyone¬†else for the way we feel doesn’t empower us or enhance our well-being. Our own happiness is our responsibility alone. Anger often arises when a situation or someone’s behavior fails to meet our expectations....

When You’re Mad…

When you’re angry your whole being is affected negatively. While you may not have control over your initial reaction, you can minimize the damage that prolonged anger causes. It’s important to acknowledge your feelings without judgment. There’s no...

Feel Your Anger

Anger arises when our desires aren’t in harmony with what’s going on. Because it can feel threatening to ourselves and others, we sometimes suppress or internalize it. But we can only heal our feelings by feeling them. While it’s not always...

Don’t Repress Anger

Chronic pain can often be traced to a physical trauma. But when it comes and goes or arises out of the blue, it could be the result of unexplored emotions percolating up from your unconscious mind. When you repress or ignore anger and frustration, your body still...