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Understanding Anger

7 Min
Meditation
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Elizabeth
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Deepen your understanding of anger with 3 simple questions that you can ask yourself to find your own answers regarding anger. 3 reflection questions: What expectations did you have about the situation or person that were not met? What or Who was your anger protecting? What new boundary was created within you because of this situation, where are you now saying ‘that’s not ok.’ Bonus Question: What are you afraid would happen if you weren’t angry in this situation anymore? You can re-listen to this meditation anytime you’re having a hard time understanding why you are feeling angry in a situation.
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6 reflections
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Sherry
Anger
Unsafe Guilt Feel like something is wrong Nothing wrong You’ve got this Release her from guilt Not responsible for her guilt 3 me, I’ve got this
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Rachael
Responsibility
I learned that anger is sometimes me not wanting to take responsibility for myself and blaming someone else.
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Emilie
Angry
I was hurt and disappointed while also discovering my boundary
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Vivian
Anger
Anger covers my hurt and disappointment. Healthy boundaries will help lessen the anger over time.
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Vivian
Anger
Anger covers my hurt and disappointment. Healthy boundaries can help reduce anger over time.
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Cole
Anger
Anger is emotional and emotions are thoughts and thoughts moments! Moments are time! Time is life! Life is temporary! So only allow anger to be momentarily and choose the right moments in time to express anger and emotions and then you can do something else but you can’t get mad at all of these things!