The trouble with Anger

*You are holding a cup of coffee when someone comes along and shoves you or shakes your arm, making you spill your coffee everywhere. Why did you spill the coffee?* “Well because someone bumped into me, of course!” Wrong answer. You spilled the coffee because coffee was in the cup. If tea had been in […]

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“Love to Hate me and Hate to love me”

I was talking with a friend today about how people can turn on a dime with their feelings regarding a person(s) they love. You can go from laughing in one breathe, to complete anger and hate. The result; SEPARATION in which all parties retreat to their perspective corners in their lives and choose, or not […]

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Healing with our Emotions

Emotions are the feelings, the thoughts we fear, the stuff we hide, the shame we feel, what we suppress, resist, and have a hard time addressing because at a young age we were taught to not allow them to exist unless they were deemed appropriate, nice and good. With that being said no wonder some […]

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No time to deny feelings

Feelings such a pretty word but can wreak havoc on most of us at any given moment. We are full of warm fuzzy feelings as well as tortured, tumultuous emotions as well. Confronting our emotions can be quite the challenge, especially when we are in the throes of chaos, sadness and heartless experiences in our […]

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We don’t have to suffer from anger!

  Thích Nhất Hạnh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist. He calls anger a “habit energy.” A quick reaction to a situation or an event can trigger a response of anger. Just drive in your car and see how fast anger shows up, and how you respond. Zero to bitch happens to me […]

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