Anger Management

Now that it’s over, it’s okay to feel angry by Pamela Weintraub and Terry Hillman When do you get a chance to face your anger and express it, and who is it appropriate to express it to? “A tremendous amount of anger builds as a marriage dissolves,” Littman says, “yet it’s not wise to express that anger in front of your children or to your spouse. In fact, being in touch with all the anger might even be dangerous for you. Nonetheless, this high level of anger is inside you and often gets turned inward in the form of self-blame.” […]

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Unable to move on? Ready to Give Up Your Baggage?


This Divorce eNewsletter article is brought to you by Lisa Gresham of Equitable Divorce and Divorce Magazine I have had many conversations with people who are trying to heal their lives and hearts after a relationship and find that they are unable to move on or find a level of true happiness. So many of these people are continuing to hold on to their anger and blame at their partners or their situation. When I ask them, if they have truly forgiven the circumstance – often times they will shrug their shoulders at me and say, “Well, no. How could […]

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