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What Your Boyfriend’s Anger Has To Do With World Peace

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by Melody Fletcher on April 3, 2014

  Awesome Brie’s Burning Question: “Hi Melody, you often mention anger as part of a process in becoming aware of our feelings/ becoming aligned with our truth. It seems you encourage anger as it is better than suppressing our feelings. What about if someone is driven to explosive anger with nothing in between rational and [...]

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Dear LOA: What If I Have No Emotions?

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by Melody Fletcher on February 20, 2014

  Awesome Ruhi’s Burning Question: “Though I have been a regular reader of your posts, the one thing that keeps me bugging is how am I going to play around with my emotions if what I’ve been feeling is emotional numbness for quite a long time now… This numbness is because of a few things [...]

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What To Say When Others Won’t Let You Be Angry

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by Melody Fletcher on May 27, 2013

  Coaching Call #050 was released yesterday. The topic of this week’s call is: Why Does She Have MS and How Can She Heal It? I LOVELOVELOVE this call! I know that I say this a lot, but tough titties, people. Awesomeness abounds! This caller gave me the opportunity to explain physical conditions and illness [...]

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Setting Boundaries – My House Rules

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by Melody Fletcher on February 5, 2013

  It’s become apparent to me over the last few weeks that the main focus of 2013 (in my reality) is going to be the subject of “Setting Boundaries”. It keeps coming up in many of my clients’ lives, albeit in different forms, and it’s an issue that I’ve frequently and recently revisited, as well. [...]

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The Do’s And Don’ts Of Anger

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by Melody Fletcher on December 11, 2012

  Quick Update: I received several really sweet emails from readers asking if I was ok this past week. I got behind on responding to comments, Facebook messages and the like. I’d like to assure you that I’m fine, that I haven’t been kidnapped and am not being held, chained to a radiator. Somewhere in [...]

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Questions About Anger

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by Melody Fletcher on July 24, 2012

  I’ve written pretty extensively about anger in the past. The Power of Anger and Why It’s Ok to be Angry (Article & Audio) Negative Emotions: Anger (Video) One of my regular readers, Awesome Alice, has now posed some interesting follow up questions about anger, which I’m happy to answer in today’s post. “Why do [...]

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Negative Emotions: Anger

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by Melody Fletcher on March 6, 2012

If you’re like most people, anger makes you really uncomfortable – both feeling it and witnessing it in others. Anger scares us. It leads to violent outbursts and screaming. We’ve associated anger with horrible acts and feelings. When we get angry, we scream at each other, we even hurt and kill each other. There aren’t [...]

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The Painful Flipside Of Being Adopted – Case Study

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by Melody Fletcher on September 4, 2011

I had an impromptu coaching session with my friend and client, Ger, the other day. It wasn’t planned, but the Universe orchestrated a series of events that brought him straight to my door (he’s a friend, so he can do that. Please don’t stalk me). When we were done, he looked at me, exhausted and [...]

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Raise your hand if you’ve had this experience: You’re walking down the street, perhaps in a bit of a hurry, and come up behind a couple. They’re walking several beats slower than you are and they’re taking up the entire sidewalk, so that you can’t get around them. You’re forced to slow down. You try [...]

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As those of you who’ve meandered over to my About Page may know, I spent almost five years of my life working as a dealer in Las Vegas. I dealt Black Jack, Roulette, Baccarat and Pai-Gow Poker on the strip, and it was simultaneously one of the best and worst times of my life. It [...]

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