We'll look at some of the unique things that make a woman angry, and then we'll talk about what to do about it.
If you're dealing with your own anger, or if you're trying to deal with the anger of someone else, we'll point you to the information, resources and products you need to get the job done.
And, we will remind you that you and your good heart are your own best anger management resource along the way. Believe in yourself and your own life experience, to reach your goals here.
Well, first of all, there's nothing wrong with you just because you're angry. As a matter of fact, you have good reasons to be angry--the important thing is what you do with your anger!
If you vent it in destructive ways, you hurt others and yourself. And, if you just stuff it, you hurt yourself most of all. The point here is to express your anger in healthy ways, so it doesn't hurt you or anyone else.
But first, let's look at some of the reasons you might be an angry woman:
Regardless of the reasons for your anger, you are responsible for how you deal with it. You have already been hurt, so here's your opportunity to use your anger in healthy ways so that you don't just get hurt some more.
If you want to go further in applying these techniques, you'll find all of the steps in greater detail here.
Being an angry woman is not a permanent affliction. You are above all a person, with a good heart and mind. Doing the above exercises will help you to access and use your good heart and mind, connecting you with the good person that you are inside.
Okay, just to make sure you're not part of the problem yourself, do all of the above recommended exercises. It will be helpful to you, no matter what. Then, to handle your relationships with the angry people in your life:
Whether you're angry or not, you've got what it takes to deal with the challenges that lie before you. Believe in yourself and your good heart!
Feeling good about yourself is the first step to good anger management...why? Because that's what will motivate you to change how you deal with your anger.
You know you're better than all of that out of control anger!
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