Posts Tagged as anger

How To Take Care of Yourself in Trying Times

My heart hurts. It hurts for the suffering in the world. It hurts for the way we're treating one another. It hurts for people who desperately want to escape dangerous and war-torn places. It hurts for those injured or killed by terrorists on our land and elsewhere. It hurts for ...

The Healing in Feeling

I'M AT THE hospital visiting my father. He's had a relatively good stretch of health until he began feeling pain in his foot and we noticed the coloring showing signs of limited circulation. Expecting to go in for a simple treatment and come home, he's been there now for a ...

Let’s Make Love Louder

Hate and anger seem to be commanding the stage these days. The presidential race in the United States is a shit show. People on opposite sides of the fence are raging. They're throwing insults and punches. They're sparking more violence. More anger. More hate. Extremists around the world are killing innocent ...

When Choosing a Weapon, Reach for Your Heart

Let me start off by saying, my heart goes out to the people of Paris, Beirut, Baghdad, and every other place on earth where people suffer at the hands of terrorists, extremists, and cowards, including right here in the USA. It's human nature to want to make sense out of an ...

Face Your Demon Head On

It's been a bit of a rough start to the New Year. Really, the challenges and stress started around the holidays, so I've been doing my best to navigate them for a few months now. I am someone who compartmentalizes -- something I think is a useful tool when dealing ...

It’s Not You, It’s Me

Earlier this week, I was quite pissy. I had a short fuse and found myself wanting to retreat and be left alone. It got me thinking about a quote I read a while back, "If I'm angry, it means I've been quiet for too long." BOOM! That line represents almost ...

Ask the Coach — Week 22

  This is the column where I answer a website visitor’s question in hopes of supporting all visitors through shared (and likely, relevant) challenges, triumphs, and struggles. To submit your question, see the guidelines at the bottom of this page. Dear Kerri, How do I forgive someone so the past events related to ...

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