Anger and Addiction

Anger and Addiction Anger is an emotion that many addicts feel but is often not expressed appropriately or is repressed.  Some individuals will drink or use drugs when feeling angry.  Anger is often a confusing emotion and sometimes it is difficult to pinpoint where the anger is coming from or what to do with it....
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How Do I Manage My Anger?

Most of us will experience body-shaking, explosive anger and rage at some point in our lives. Anger is a secondary emotion, a defense mechanism protecting us against the vulnerabilities of fear and sadness. Anger is also a survival mechanism, ingrained in our evolutionary DNA to fight off predators and threats. Today, we aren’t running from...
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When Grief Necessitates Treatment

  Anger, depression, bargaining, acceptance, denial. These are the five stages of grief which never appear in any particular order or quantity. Grief is a process of mourning as well as healing. Grieving a loss can take time and energy, at times feeling as though it may never end. The grieving process can take days,...
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