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Living with Anger

In Health, Lifestyle by Sarah Hink

We physically feel anger. When an event triggers this extreme emotion, there is a rush of adrenalin, our hearts pump, and blood rushes to our head. These physical symptoms can quickly turn into impulsive actions and poor decision-making. Separations and divorces present countless opportunities for anger to rear its head. This will manifest as angry words, petty actions, threats, harassment, and violence. This is why it is incredibly important for us to understand our own anger, what brings about our anger, and how we live in that anger without acting in a destructive manner. Be mindful of the potential consequences of your anger. This includes the end of relationships, losing your job, going to jail, or physically harming somebody. For legal purposes, if your anger manifests as harassment or domestic …