Posted by siteadmin on October 25, 2018
Anger can cloak an array of feelings – it is often one of the rawest emotions to display and yet when we look past its hot or coldness to it’s true source the emotions and feelings are often very different. If you experience someone who is angry maybe take a moment before reacting to what you see and experience on the surface and ask yourself where is this really coming from…frustration…pain…grief…embarrassment…shame…guilt…rage…irritation…upset…fear of being close…fear of being apart…fear…
Posted by on February 5, 2016
Anger, when expressed well, can get things done, invigorate movement and provoke change. Whilst it’s an emotion that we can also misuse, anger tells us to look at what’s really bothering us and needs to be listened to or changed.
Listening to the meaning in your anger rather than simply reacting can be incredibly empowering and enabling – next time you feel angry perhaps try to take a moment to wonder what it is that you feel in your body…are you scared, anxious, worried, feeling unsafe – once you know then you can act if you need to or not.
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