Hold on to calm. When gripped with anger, the task at hand is to ‘do’ as little as possible and remember your hearts connection to those around you. Here is an excellent interview with Robert Augustus Masters who has spent his life learning about how to interact with anger in a productive way.
Robert’s work advises that we clarify the difference between anger and agression. Anger towards a loved one can be expressed in a way that helps that person understand us more rather than make them feel judged and alienated. If you have trouble with the link- you may have to register with the Sounds True website to gain access to the podcast interview. It is free to register and I highly recommend it. I find Tami Simon’s interviews an invaluable monthly guidance from teachers and leaders all over the world.
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