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Embrace anger more deeply- reawakening of spirituality

Embrace anger more deeply- reawakening of spirituality

Authentic spirituality is not a little spark within or a humming of knowingness, not a psychedelic blast-through or meeting with self on some exalted plane of consciousness, but an enormous power o… Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.newdelhitimes.com A good article about anger and why it is not evil in itself except when misused This spiritual article looks at anger from a spiritual aspect and how to control it Please also reeview our anger management and spiritual counseling programs #angermanagement

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Anger Management: Parents’ Arguing in Front of Baby Alters Infant Brain Development

Anger Management: Parents’ Arguing in Front of Baby Alters Infant Brain Development

    Constantly hearing parents’ angry voices could make babies’ brains more vulnerable to stress and conflict. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Anger management is essential for the good of your own child.  Getting angry and arguing with the spouse in front of your baby can alter infant brain development.  It is best to practice anger management skills and remain calm until the child is out of the room.  And then even, still, try to control your temper.  If you are interested in learning more about anger management, then please review our program #angermanagement See on www.medicaldaily.com

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Children of Divorce: The Angry Aftermath and Anger Management

Children of Divorce: The Angry Aftermath and Anger Management

  Divorce is difficult for everyone. Even though children are resilient in many areas of life, divorce takes its toll on the youngest family members as well. While … American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Anger management for children is important, especially in cases of divorce.  Grief, anger and stress are all elements that can affect your child.  This article looks at how you should care for your child during and after a divorce.  It lists a variety of tips to help your child adapt and adjust better. #angermanagementcertification See on www.selfgrowth.com

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New Blog Category- Anger Management

Welcome to our new blog category on Anger Management. New articles and news forthcoming!