Decades ago, I learned that anger was the natural human reaction to not getting one’s needs met.
Because so many people disown, stuff, and fear their own anger, I once gave people at a psychiatric day treatment program the assignment of making a badge that said “I ❤️ my anger.”
In therapy groups, I sometimes ask people who their role models are for expressing anger, and often they can’t name anybody.
Obviously, a lot of us still have work to do regarding anger.
Do you see anger in my images for today?
I wonder if there’s going to be any anger because there are (1) so many National days today or (2) no pictures of Joan in this blog.
One of those issues I can fix.
Here’s an interesting TED talk about anger:
Feel free to express anger or any other feelings in the comments section below.
Thanks to all who do their best to deal with anger, including YOU.