Archive | Resentment and anger

Conquer Anger Through Self-Awareness

“It is better to conquer yourself than to win a thousand battles. Then the victory is yours. It cannot be […]

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Posted in Anger Management, Resentment and anger9 Comments

It’s a Wonderful Life

A young patient of mine talked about taking steps to accept her life as it is. Along with the many […]

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Posted in Coping & Resilience, Resentment and anger6 Comments

So You Want Your Narcissist Ex-Lover to Apologize to You?

Before I get right into today’s challenging topic, I want to thank all of you for regularly reading my articles. […]

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Posted in Breakup & Divorce, Coping & Resilience, Narcissism, Resentment and anger191 Comments

Integrity or Retribution: How do you handle relationship breakups?

I recently heard about the divorcee Anthony Morelli who launched a blog site in 2007 to air his anger over […]

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Posted in Character, Decision-making and problem-solving, Resentment and anger, Self-Development4 Comments

The Psychology of Political Extremism: Oslo, Norway another casualty of terrorism

I am sad today to write about the terrorism attack in Oslo, Norway yesterday, July 22nd, 2011; the worse attack […]

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Posted in Culture & Society, Global Issues, In The News, Mental Health, Politics, Resentment and anger, Terrorism0 Comments

Get Through a Tough Time: Free Your Heart of Resentment

Tough life challenges test our mettle in many ways. But, perhaps, the most important test to enduring a hard time […]

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Posted in Breakup & Divorce, Enduring hard times, Love & Dating, Relationships, Resentment and anger15 Comments


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