Here are 10 skills that will clarify your visions and bring you closer to your life goals.
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I recall feeling anger for a long time. I directed it inward. However, 2+years ago I entered therapy and slowly became in touch with my emotions. Unfortunately, expressing myself in a calm and rational manner did not provide the capitulation sought by certain people in my life. It seems that society prefers men lash out in anger so that they can adopt the role of victim. Depriving them of this identification is characterized as emotional abuse. Sadly, we are immature and unwilling to accept reality. It is always easier to blame others and cast ourselves as heroic or innocent.
Knowing what to ask yourself may help in finding answers.
Men who struggle with anger often have underlying, suppressed anxiety
Overcoming the impact of negativity bias.
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