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Anger is really a normal emotion/ feeling. "Anger is a response to fear, helplessness, frustrated goals, tense or difficult situations, false beliefs, conflicts or stress. Triggers can increase an response. The key is to identify the issue and decide whether it is valid. Then, approach the situation or person to work through the matter in a helthy way''. Anger is an energy or force when expressed in a healthy way -- can foster personal growth and significance, improving relationships and changing lives.''
In this episode the host will address both anger and her struggle with the fear of anger. It is our hope that by the end of the broadcast those of you who are also struggling with the fear of anger will be able to identify it and deal with it in a way that it will no longer exist in your life. We also hope that if you are the one who is angry, the scriptures we refer to will help you begin to get your anger under control.
Anger can destroy not only the people around you but it can eat at the very soul of individual who harbors it in their life. But is all anger wrong: How do I now when my anger is justified? How can I help those who seem to be characterized by resentment and bitterness in their lives? This lesson points out the destructive process anger takes in our lives and how others successfully manage this powerful emotion
Nick Vatterott can't make it this week, he's on assignment. So taking over the show is decorated broadcast journalist, Scoop Ping. This week Scoop gets "the scoop" on 'anger' with comedians Pat Dixon and Chris Laker. Scoop uses his objective journalism to interview Pat and Chris on what makes us angry, what role is plays in our relationships, how to control our anger at the idiots around us, and how anger on stage could give a joke life, or lead an entire comics's set to comedy death. ?
Anger and trauma go together like peanut butter and jelly. Why is that the case, and what can be done about it? Trauma Therapy Coordinator at Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center, Megan Ross, drops by for this show to shed some light on the issue and offer answers.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit www.ChangeYouChoose.com.
Are we an angry nation?
Anger will be the topic of discussion on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Wednesday, January 30, 3 pm ET when Halli welcomes her guests, Harriet Lerner, Ph.D, one of our nations most loved and respected relationship experts and author of the iconic book “The Dance of Anger”, and Dr. Ronald T. Potter-Efron, a clinical psychotherapist who specializes in anger and resentment counseling and is the author of "Healing the Angry Brain." Also on the show, Matthew Cooper, journalist and editor of National Journal Daily and a Vet of Time, Newsweek, Washington Monthly, and New Republic, Cooper associated with the leaking of CIA agent Valerie Plame's name.
With Harriet Lerner, whose most recent work is “Marriage Rules: A Manual for the Married and the Coupled Up,” we’ll take a look at anger, communication and conflict resolution in our personal lives. Author of several professional books on anger management, a clinical psychotherapist for twenty years in private practice, Ron Potter-Efron will share his high level of expertise on the subject of anger. With Matthew Cooper we’ll explore our government’s dysfunction and the seemingly never-ending state of anger fueling our politics.
Tune in to The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio Show for Fine Minds, Wednesday, January 30, 3 to 4 pm ET.
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Defusing the Anger Bomb…
Thursday June 26, 2014 @ 1 pm (CST)
Healthy Mind & Body radio presents… Defusing the Anger Bomb
Everyone get angry. Some deal with anger, disappointment, fear, rage, etc better than others…BUT EVERYONE FEELS EMOTIONS.
The point of today’s show is to talk about some OTHER BETTER WAYS to MOVE THROUGH THESE EMOTIONS without escalating or internalizing these experiences. Internalization of emotions is, in my opinion, the NUMBER #1 reason for catastrophic illness, dis-ease and early death.
So if you know someone who is frequently angry or you, yourself have had difficulty in letting things go; perhaps you might consider LISTENING TO THE SHOW.
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