Anxiety and anger may not seem connected. Anxiety is often associated with fear, and fear is not typically associated with powerful emotions like courage. While it takes courage to stand up to someone and tell them why you’re feeling upset with them, most people would not label anger as a typical symptom of anxiety. After all, anger can make us feel fearful, insecure helpless, and hopeless.
Anger is very powerful. How we deal with, project, avoid, communicate, hide, repress, internalize and externalize anger was largely taught to us by our parents or caretakers.
Listen to this short video to learn the two most common reasons we avoid anger…
Calming Your Anxious Mind: The hidden emotion behind anxiety (video)
The good news is you’re no longer a child living under your parents’ roof. You can change your anger template from this day forward. Yes, you can!
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Yours in teaching others how you want them to treat you,