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Teachers Discuss Angry and Violent Adult Students Part 3of4

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All of us on the planet are students with a variety of personalities and styles of learning. It is our right to protest injustices that negatively affect our path to succeed. Unfortunately, depending on our psychological make-up we may express our perceived or real injustices as anger and blame. Either the blame/anger is on others or ourselves about why we did not finish a project or degree, train for a career we enjoy, or make an adequate income to support a family or ourselves. The main object of blame in today's world is the government system and we must figure out  ways to reduce our anger and avoid giving up and turning to violence. Professor Applewhite, the staff of White Apple Institute http://whiteappleinstitute.org and invited guests are eager to share and learn together. Call 1-646-727-3758  to join us live on Saturday mornings between 10am-11am (AZ time); If you miss this show? Simply click play athttp://blogtalkradio.com/student2teacher  and listen to the archived shows.

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