What is the upside of anger? Nothing less than health and happiness!
With healthy anger, you also have all of the positive emotions such as love, joy, care and consideration, working hand in hand with the constructive power of safe anger.
When anger is healthy it does not operate alone--it works hand-in-heart with your good heart, your courage and your personal values.
And that's not all! Healthy anger means a whole lot more personal power to solve problems, overcome commitment phobia, and create the life and relationships you desire.
How would you like to have more personal determination, self-motivation, energy, commitment, clarity, focus and enthusiasm?
Well...I guess we all want more of that, right? That is exactly what you get when you heal your anger and develop healthy anger.
Okay, sounds good...but how do you get there from here?
You're probably dealing with the "downside" more than the upside of anger.
Here are some of the benefits you can look forward to when you get to the upside of anger and become your own best anger management resource:
Seem like too much to offer from healthy anger? Nope! You can have all of that and more, when you remove the barriers to your health and happiness and activate the amazing power of who you really are.
There's also a movie called Upside Of Anger - check it out.
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Aug 18, 17 04:54 PM
My daughter in law has been an angry person for many years. She has always had outbursts of anger, paranoia and blames everyone, especially her husband
Aug 14, 17 07:25 PM
I'm a 16 year old girl and I feel my parents don't pay attention to me. Every time when I sit down next to them they say nothing or sometimes just a
Aug 11, 17 05:59 PM
Hello. I just recently got married in August, 2017. I moved 550 miles away from home to be with my new husband, who is active duty in the military.