Episode 12: How to Address Anger From Love and Empowerment

No one wants to be an angry person. You know the harm it causes when anger’s wrath is unleashed, so you try to keep it contained. What is often not understood is the consequences to trying to manage anger. Anger management doesn’t’ resolve the underlying cause to what triggered your anger in the first place. The truth is anger has a very important gift that will awaken you to more of your truth and power, when you are willing to take personal responsibility for this energy coursing through you. The old models of anger either have you pushing away the very thing you want or continuously recreating a victim narrative in your life. Listen to Episode 12 to learn three Steps to Addressing Anger from Love & Empowerment.



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In this episode, you’ll also discover:

  • Why you get angry and what to do about it that doesn’t shame how you feel.
  • The most common ways people deal with anger that sets people up to be depressed.
  • What you really want when you are angry.
  • What angry people are afraid of deep down.
  • The gift of rage.


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