In this course, you will :
You will be able to identify the purpose of anger, recognizing how it is tied to hurt, the yearning for significance, and the craving for needs to be met. Knowing what anger actually is, you will then be positioned to match your use of anger with your goal of living inside mutually respectful relationships.
You will become proficient in identifying the damaging effects of suppressed anger, then choosing more honest and constructive means of letting your needs be known.
You will understand the drive behind aggressive anger so you can resist the temptation to belittle, demean, and invalidate. You will be given the tools enabling you to be in control without being controlling.
You will be provided strategies for transforming a passive anger model of deceitful expressiveness into a direct, specific, and supportive method of communicating your needs.