I know there are a lot of people out there that are struggling with self-esteem and anger. I too have struggled. I thought I was condemned, unlovable, and just lived from crisis to crisis.
Anger can be tough to deal with…but sometimes it boils down to taking action. This action doesn’t have to be violent. By understanding anger we can conquer it and use it for our benefit.
Angry feelings and aggressive behavior do not necessarily indicate a problem with anger. Anger is a normal and healthy emotion of an instinctive signal that something may be wrong to incite us to act quickly in negative situations. Healthy anger usually causes effective change.
Therapist Allison Ricciardi points out actionable things you can start doing today to help cope better when it feels like everything is closing in on you.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC shares steps to overcome hate and live in the peace that surpasses all understanding so you can be part of the solution.
Our society in which we live is experiencing a disturbing increase of vile maliciousness. It’s easy to get pulled into the vortex of hate that threatens to consume us all when you’re hurting deeply or view the world as becoming more and more divided.
This phrase frequently comes up during the course of counseling. Many have emotional wounds from past and even current relationships that continue to cause pain thus hindering advancement to fuller productive lives.
It takes courage to seek out therapy. It often means looking at memories or situations you would rather avoid or forget.
What’s behind all the anger and vulgarity at the Women’s March? Allison Ricciaridi, LMHC helps you decipher through all the anger and lewd behavior
Feelings of anger seem abundant and everywhere. Allison Ricciardi, LMHC explains that, if used as intended by God, anger can be a powerful force for good.