By HoneyColony Staff
Being angry is natural, it’s how you channel it and recognize its effects that’s important.
That’s the takeaway from a recent article by Dr. Gail Brenner, a psychologist whose therapy seeks to give people insight into mental and emotional patterns that distract from happiness, inner peace, and full creative expression.
Brenner offers 10 facts about anger in her piece that boil our rage down to simple ideas, many of which we’ve probably never thought about.
It’s easier to be angry than it is to admit being hurt, for example. But Brenner argues if you “look at what is driving the anger, you will often find hurt, pain, or fear.” And if you confront that fear, she says, it can lead to a freedom that’s far more satisfying than screaming into the sky.
You can read the full February 2012 article here.