By T. Jared Bunch, MDPublished Mar 13, 2014Recently I visited one of my patients in the hospital who had experienced a heart attack. When I went into
“Chronic unforgiveness causes stress. Every time people think of their transgressor, their body responds. By decreasing your unforgiveness it will cut down your health risk.
By Lizette Borreli In similar fashion to a cartoon character, we clench our fists, grind our teeth, and turn lobster red when angered — without steam
By Katherine Kam If a caller upsets you, do you hurl the phone across the room? Do you curse and blast the horn furiously if the
Collete L. Hoglund & Karen B. NicholasJournal of Family Violence June 1995, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp 141–157 AbstractThe relationship between an abusive environment within the family and proneness to shame, guilt, anger, and hostility
Anger can be a challenging emotion to work through. Sometimes our anger can be frightening. Or, maybe we consider it inappropriate to even feel this
Anger is a universal emotion. We all feel annoyed, frustrated or outraged from time to time. Yet there’s a common misconception about anger, that it