Category Archive: Anger

Blog posts on the topic of anger

Jul 07 2016

The Real Role of Forgiveness: Bringing Back Wellness

The Real Role of Forgiveness: Bringing Back Wellness – Vol. 369, July 7, 2016 Many people believe that to forgive is to forget. I have had many clients who felt that this was true, and in some cases they made it much harder to do the forgiveness healing work. From my perspective it is important to …

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Jul 30 2015

You Have Your Own Self-Determination If You Choose

 You Have Your Own Self-Determination If You Choose – Vol. 320, July 30 Many people would love to blame their parents for the difficulties that they have experienced in life. However, it is clear from research that has been done over the years that twins separated at birth growing up in very different circumstances economically speaking, …

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Mar 05 2015

What Do I Do If I Have Been Raped? (Part 3 of 3)

  What Do I Do If I Have Been Raped? – Vol.300, March 5, 2015 Unfortunately one in four women will be raped during their lifetimes. Male victims make up 10% of all rapes so it is a fairly common problem in our society, sadly. Unfortunately, I too have been victimized in this way going …

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Dec 11 2014

Is That Your Argumentative Relationship Worth Shortening Your Life?

Is That Your Argumentative Relationship Worth Shortening Your Life? – Vol. 289, December 11, 2014 You may be one of the people who believes that no matter what, you have to hold on to all the relationships that you have in your life. You may feel this is true because the person is a relative of …

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Jul 31 2014

Is Resentment Eating You Up? It’s NOW Time to Release it!

Is Resentment Eating You Up? It’s NOW Time to Release it! – Vol. 269, July 31, 2014 Yesterday I went to look into one of my bank accounts to fine that it had gone into the negative numbers. This is never a good thing since we get charged with bank fees, usually totally unreasonable ones …

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Jul 21 2014

Trichotillomania: Do You Or One Of Your Kids Pull Out Hair?

Suzanne works with a child how habitually pulls at the hairs in his eyebrows. This action was caused buy what the child perceived as a traumatic act earlier in his life. Suzanne also discusses how this treatment may word differently for adults

Jul 10 2014

Spreading Love Instead of Bullets, Untimely Death & Suicide

Spreading Love Instead of Bullets and Untimely Death -Vol. 266, June 21, 2014 In these last few years we have heard many stories in the news about fatal shootings at schools, public events and even in our own military’s compounds by their own soldiers. One needs to ask why this is happening at such an …

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