Category Archives: Anger Management

Complete the Past to Embrace the Future

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #29 If we hold onto unforgiveness, it’s as if we’re dragging an anchor behind us. It slows us down and prevents us from enjoying today and receiving God’s blessings. If we can release unforgiveness, we will … Continue reading

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How Can I Manage Anger?

Anger is often the biggest roadblock to forgiveness. Since it’s Anger Awareness Week (Dec 1-7), I’d like to share with you some anger management tips from my book, The Road to Forgiveness:  Removing the Roadblocks. Repressed anger leads to many … Continue reading

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Is it Okay to Get Angry?

Anger Can be Life-Saving Anger can be a useful emotion in some instances that call for action. As long as we don’t use anger as our default in all stressful situations, it’s okay to listen to this alarming inner voice. … Continue reading

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Beware of Confidence Robbers in Sheep’s Clothing

We have been learning about how to gain greater confidence during my series, Confident in God’s Hands. I would like to help you identify confidence robbers, figure out how to minimize their impact on your life, and learn to restore … Continue reading

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