2 Ways to Manage the Emotional Cauldron of Anger

May 30th, 2016

Relationships in which a couple struggles to express their feelings as they’re happening and work together to resolve them can create a lot of anger.

Anger that isn’t checked can derail a relationship. It pushes people apart and leads to more licking of wounds than repairing the rift.

Most people who have a lot of anger in their relationship would love to find a way to end the anger and feel good about being with their partner again. Unfortunately, anger can become a very bad habit that’s difficult to escape.

In this blog, I’ll tell you about what anger represents, and offer you 2 ways to manage the anger in your relationship. Please keep reading…

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Two Types of Anger that Creep into Relationships

May 11th, 2016

There are two types of anger, and they can become detrimental to you if they linger.

Maybe your partner cheated, or blew every cent in your joint savings account, or invites family to stay over for weeks on end, expecting you to look after the guests…

No doubt you have a right to your anger if you are being put into less than favorable situations. But it’s up to you whether you want to exercise your right to anger, and for how long.

In this blog, I’ll tell you the two types of anger, and tips to effectively manage anger. Please keep reading…

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Why Resentment Makes You See Spouse as the Enemy

November 18th, 2011

Are you in love, or in anger, with your spouse, and it’s causing marriage problems?

When feelings of love die in a marriage, the person who is no longer “in love” is often “in anger” instead, characterized by underlying resentful feelings—which causes marriage problems. Resentment you feel toward your spouse can shred any feelings of being “in love” that you ever had.

In this blog, we will look at resentment and how it creeps in and steals the love right out of your marriage, and 2 steps for getting it out of your marriage so you can rebuild the love. Keep reading…

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Time Out: Not Just For Kids

October 7th, 2011

We just looked at eliminating rampant anger in a blog a couple of days ago. But let’s not kid ourselves: even if you don’t have rampant anger, there will still be conflict. It doesn’t have to boil over into a full-fledged argument or heated battle, though, if you manage the conflict appropriately.

There is a technique I want to share with you that may very well save your marriage because it will help you get a grip on that runaway anger. Please continue reading…

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Eliminate Rampant Anger

October 5th, 2011

Has your spouse ever suggested “anger management” classes to you?

You may have brushed off their comment as just an ill attempt at humor or a heavy dose of sarcasm. But if you stop and think about it, you may not have even noticed that you – and maybe your spouse – have slipped into a near-constant state of anger. You may not realize how bad it has gotten – or that it’s driving you apart and could lead to divorce.

What I want to share with you is how to recognize your anger response, so you can then take the necessary steps to manage it so it doesn’t make you sick or poison your relationship with your spouse any further. Read on…

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