How are you dealing with anger management within your relationship?
Do you ever ask, “Why Am I Angry?” Anger is a part of life; there’s no way of getting around it! Someone or something is going to make you angry at some point. Though you may express your anger differently than others, and though you may stay calm and not shout when angry. Your anger can be destructive. People’s inability to channel their anger in a constructive manner causes marriages to split, parent and child relationships to strain, and individuals to become violent.
Do you desire for your anger to be constructive? Is anger management even possible?
Learning how to channel your anger in useful ways begins with understanding why you are angry. This goes beyond just the person or act, but it’s understanding you and what is happening deep inside of you. In his book Good & Angry, David Powlison explores key aspects of anger. I will discuss some of the key principle Powlison mentions in his book along with personal life lessons in this weeks relationship podcast episode, Why Am I Angry.
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RELATED PODCAST: Getting Spiritually Fit to Take on the Challenges of Relationships: This is a great podcast to listen to if you are looking for strength to make life changes. This is especially helpful when dealing with anger. overcoming destructive anger requires spiritual strength.
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