Previously we talked how you accept and express anger in constructive or destructive ways. In Part 2, I would like to again give you some reflection questions and offer ways to handle now the anger of others in constructive ways.
Here are several reflection questions. Check off each one that you think applies to you.
[icon name=”square-o” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] How would you answer the following?
[icon name=”square-o” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Do you recognize when others seem angry or express anger?
A stereotype about men in general, and part of the legacy many children have of their fathers is that men are an angry and aggressive species. After meeting with thousands of men over the years … I sadly agree.
A common question men come to see me for is, “How can I handle my anger better?” This question is similar to what family members, friends and colleagues ask, “Why does he get so angry and not handle it better?”