Anger is a powerful and harmful emotion that everyone experiences. How one deals with that anger dictates their outcome. You can take control of your anger and be more productive then it and not let your emotions decide your actions. You are the only one who can control your emotions and decide how to handle your anger.
- Probably everyone is angry at some point in a divorce. We’re angry at our spouse, ourselves, life in general. Anger may be protective, in small doses.
- A burst of intentional, managed anger can shift the power dynamic, put a bullying spouse on notice that the terms will now change.
- Anger’s adrenaline rush served a critical role out on the savannah, if a tiger attacked, or even in the modern world, when a real physical threat looms over your child.
“Stosny has spent years helping maximum-security prisoners learn to manage the anger that landed them behind bars, and his Compassionate Parenting course is mandated in some courts.”