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Anger Management

Get grounded What does it mean to “stand your ground?” You know what it means intuitively. But is there something more to it? Yes, there is. Because being “grounded” is a real thing. And being able to stand your ground is directly related to being “grounded” as a...

What's your approach to anger management? My angle to anger management is a little bit different from what you'll find anywhere else. And I will explain why. So, what does it mean to control your anger? Well, obviously, and quite simply, it means that you don’t perpetrate violence...

Learn To Cool Your Jets Through Integration of Your Brain The best, and simplest way to achieve peace of mind or improve your relationships is to focus on integrating the different components of your brain and your personal connections. In your brain, you create links between...

It's not "mental health." It's uncontrolled anger. Since the general term “mental health” is being erroneously substituted in discussions lately for the specific problem of uncontrolled anger, I’ve decided to beat the drum of anger management. As I’ve said before, violence is not the result of “mental...

“Mental health problems” do not lead to violence being perpetrated on society. A failure to manage anger does. We need to stop calling it a “mental health” problem because that national rhetoric is stigmatizing millions of people who will never act out their “mental problems” violently...

Like anything else you want to master, learning to control your emotions takes practice. Luckily, there are some tools you can use to make the process easier. I'll get to those. But first, you have to know this. If you're bad at controlling your emotions, it probably...

Why does this happen? Why do people perpetrate cruelty and violence on others or silently root for it as it goes on?...

The way you learn to handle your feelings is, first, by learning all the tricks to “manage” them with mindfulness and will power. You can learn and practice those on your own all day, every day....

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