Is this verbal abuse or did you legit pissed them off? Why is it so difficult to apologize – and should you? And what do you do if you live with a person who is constantly mad at you?
This is a LIVE VIDEO DISCUSSION (Google Meet): actual dialogue, no one is ever muted. Bring your questions! We’ll start with a quick presentation, and then proceed to your specific input. Questions can be sent in in advance, and the recording will be available whether you attend or not
As opposed to the proverbial “anger management” treatment, this approach actually works: this is not about how to effectively suppress anger or use self-soothing techniques. It’s about how to heal the underlying pain that causes you to be angry every time the wound is touched – and discover and bring out the enormous potential underneath instead.
On the flip side, if you're constantly dealing with someone who is constantly triggered like that, knowing how to safeguard yourself from being hurt is also crucial
Lead by a Certified Bioenergetic Medicine Psychology professional.
A Round Table discussion is a one-hour long LIVE ONLINE CONFERENCE.
Simply pick a day that works for you on the order confirmation page – and bring your questions, the things you’re wondering about -- and even your confusion regarding the subject, if you have any!
I keep the groups small, so everyone will have a chance to be heard. You will also be given a link to a form to submit your question in advance. ALL submitted questions will be discussed and answered during the conference, whether you attend or opt to watch the recording. But if you do attend, you will also be able to ask additional questions: the participants are never muted, and live participation is not only allowed, but encouraged!
The recording will be available, whether you attend or not.
If you’re the type to be shy of video, use the chat option instead: join the chat, submit your question – and enjoy unlimited discussion with the coach for 5 days: It’s like having a counselor in your back pocket! (However, you will need to be proactive, since there will not be a video session to cover the questions below… feel free to cut and paste one into the form!😂 )
In this discussion we will cover:
- What is anger: understand that anger is a pain/trauma response
- How to stop blaming yourself for losing your temper and discover and activate the potential that your body is replacing by anger
- How to turn anger into triumph and stop the problems which it has been causing you
- How to deal with an angry partner, parent or a co-worker
- How to protect yourself from being hurt by their anger without necessarily abandoning the relationship
- Your specific questions and situations