Tag Archives: Anger

Divorce and Children: Helping Your Child Deal with Their Anger

  If you and your partner are going through a divorce, it’s incredibly important that you take the time to talk with your child about what’s happening and to help them deal with their emotions. Depending on your child’s age, … Continue reading

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Ageism and Anger in Build Up to Kavanaugh Hearing

There’s no doubt that all of the GOP members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee are older men. But the fact they are older has become an unseemly focus of contempt and ridicule as the Committee prepares to hold a … Continue reading

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SJW ANGER AT GAL GADOT’S TWEET ON STEPHEN HAWKING’S DEATH EXPOSES A DISTURBING FACT ABOUT THEM: …

SJW ANGER AT GAL GADOT’S TWEET ON STEPHEN HAWKING’S DEATH EXPOSES A DISTURBING FACT ABOUT THEM: As RedState’s Joe Cunningham pointed out, actress Gal Gadot made mention of  constraints when she tweeted out her sympathies at the recent death of … Continue reading

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Moving Through Your Anger During and Post Divorce

Anger is normal and healthy. It is one of the five stages of the entire grief process (along with denial, bargaining, depression, and acceptance). Not only is anger healthy, it is even considered to be an essential part of grieving. … Continue reading

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Divorce, Anger Management, and Driving Cars Through Courthouses

Have you ever gotten so angry that you have completely lost control of your temper and every shred of your common sense? Divorce can apparently do that to some people. According to news reports, a South Georgia bailiff, reportedly angry … Continue reading

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