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Stay Calm with These 3 Proven Anger Management Techniques

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“I’m so triggered right now.”

Spend some time around the younger generation and you’ll probably hear them say this phrase eventually. Translation: You’ve offended me. You hurt my feelings. I’m angry.

It’s sometimes said sarcastically and its overuse tends to cause us gray-haired grownups to roll our eyes, but “I’m triggered” is surprisingly apt.… Read the rest →

Understanding and Managing Anger

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If you find yourself getting angry more often than you’d like, there are steps you can take to deal with this common emotion.

Bottom line: it’s okay to feel anger! We just need to make sure we aren’t harming others or ourselves because of it.… Read the rest →

Parenting Angry Kids

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By: Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Being the parent of a child who struggles with anger can be a frustrating, isolating experience. When our kids become angry, it’s easy to think that we’re doing something wrong as parents. That’s a painful feeling.… Read the rest →

On Anger, How to Deal with it and How to Experience Less of It

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Anger impacts all of us differently, but all of us are affected in some way by it. And in some cases, our anger can cause us to do catastrophic, relationship-ruining things.

At Stenzel Clinical, we specialize in helping our clients deal with their anger in healthy ways.… Read the rest →

When Nice Guys Rage

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Nice guys and rage? Sure enough, these can tend to go together.

Letting others have their way, constantly doing things for others and trying to please others all can lead to anger and resentment. In this video, Grant Stenzel takes a look at why nice guys rage, and what to do to keep this anger from building.… Read the rest →

Hark! The In-Laws Make Ears Ring: 3 Keys to Surviving Extended Family During the Holiday Season

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ID-100218357“For the first time ever I was taking the family on the road. We stayed with my in-laws, which on life’s list of experiences ranks right below sitting in a tub full of scissors.” — Jeff Foxworthy

Now, not everyone has difficulties with their in-laws — But conflict with in-laws sure is a common sight on the lists of struggles couples face during the holiday season.… Read the rest →