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The Difference Between Self-Anger and Self-Blame in Breakup

Conventional wisdom states that if you’re angry, you’re still not over it. But where is that proven? As long as you’re not destructive or self-destructive, you can stay angry as long as you want. Read More

Rightly Said!

Anger sadly has become a common reaction but we still need to make it a common reason to get strong enough to get regain the charge of your life. It is also about directing the anger in the right direction, which I think is possible through meditation and proper understanding of anger! Regarding the latter part, here is a nice explanation on controling anger:

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Suzanne Lachmann, Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist in NYC specializing in psychotherapy.


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