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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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Good Grief! How To Deal With Grief and Those Who Are Grieving

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by Melody Fletcher on December 8, 2011

This isn’t a post about death. I just had to get that out there right away. It’s a post about grief. Sure, death can lead to grief (for those who are left behind. Those who’ve died generally don’t grieve…), but there are a ton of triggers that can lead to this emotion. The Grief Recovery [...]

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A friend of mine who’s been receiving some coaching from me has graciously agreed to let me use one of our talks as a case study on my blog. We both felt that the issue we discussed would be relevant to a lot of people and that the insights we achieved could be helpful to [...]

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