Updated: Aug 11
Andrea Seydel Live Life Happy Unconventional Bookclub
Anger fills us with adrenaline, but can cloud our thinking and tends to get us into trouble. Anger, although meant to keep us safe, can be processed and we control anger instead of lashing out to others. We can use conflict defusing techniques to help you cool down anger. Bottom line you have control over anger invitations and you can respond calmly and effectively even in life's most aggravating situations. Find out more from the book highlight on the Live Life Happy Podcast or look at the mind map Book Highlight of 30-Minute Therapy for Anger by Ronald Potter Efron, Patricia Potter Efron.