UPDATED 1/22/2019 The feeling of instability and insecurity in America is an all-encompassing reality. It’s a world problem, and it’s a personal issue. While you can’t solve the world’s problems, you can transform your uncertainty, so it doesn’t lead to anger.
UPDATED 1/22/2019 Why are you angry? It’s a simple question with probably several answers. Fear is likely one of them. Fear of the unknown, fear of situations, and fear of others. Managing your fears is a critical part of anger management. In fact, it’s sometimes called fear management.
UPDATED 1/22/2019 If you’ve ever experienced acute, intense anger or observed it in someone else, you know this emotion can manifest in your body. You may feel your heart racing, muscles tight, fists and teeth clenched, head throbbing, nostrils flared, and fixed gaze. When these emotions flare, there’s a profound impact on your health.
“Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present.” – Bill Keane Our ambitions and goals tend to be future-based. Personal growth, often viewed as a sprint toward some faraway finish line, is actually more akin to a marathon, the point of which isn’t finishing but finding…
UPDATE: 9/29/2018 What are you thankful for? It’s a great question to ponder throughout the year, whether it’s Thanksgiving or the heat of the summer. A gratitude journal will help you find happiness throughout the year.