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....

Abandon Victimhood

Being a victim means you allow the actions of others to define you and make you suffer. But even blatant attacks aren’t personal. How can this be? Even when others intend to hurt you, they’re reacting to their own biased story about who they perceive you...

Self-inquiry

When you encounter unpleasant circumstances, avoid the impulse to blame someone else for the way you feel. Think about the choices you made that landed you where you are. Taking responsibility for your feelings is empowering and expands your ability to collect...

Taking Responsibility

If someone’s behavior activates anger or frustration in you, you’re entitled to your feelings. But you’re not entitled to act out on them. Your feelings aren’t caused by their behavior, but rather your spin and intolerance of it. Deep down,...