Dealing with our Personal Anger
Anger expresses itself in a variety of ways.
One person may scream, say nasty things, or slam doors, hit walls.
Another may become violent, trying to hurt themselves or someone else.
Yet another person may direct their anger inward and become depressed, Many
people who are angry at one person (their boss) direct their anger toward
someone else (the sales clerk in a store) who has nothing to do with the cause
of their anger.
Frequently an event in the present (a
child spills something on the rug) will cause us to react with rage far
beyond what is warranted by the accident. We vow to ourselves time and again
that we will not overreact, and yet we cannot control our outbursts.
Many times this is because something in the
present situation is unconsciously reminding us of a past event. The pain, anger, hurt,
and confusion of the past suddenly comes hurtling forward into the present
moment, unleashed on the unsuspecting child or adult who triggered it.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
in all of its forms is
particularly well suited to being healed using recently discovered methods of
Neuro Linguistic Programming is a science
dedicated to understanding the conscious and unconscious programming we all
have. Once we are clear about how a person is programmed, then we
simply help them to change that programming so they response
Emotional Freedom Techniques are used to
reduce the pain caused by past events. It is especially useful in
quickly reducing the pain from childhood and adult abuse.
We have a great deal of experience
in helping people reduce their anger, enabling them to be more successful in
relationships, family life and their work.
Give us a call at 303-369-8877 to
discuss your concerns. There is no charge for a fifteen minute initial
evaluation discussion on the phone.