Latest update: May 22nd, 2012
I hope others take heed and realize that one can be a wonderful person yet cause great distress. Unleashed anger causes those around you not only pain, but also muddies every other second of life, as people live in fear that at any moment, an angry outburst could occur. If you are having angry or violent outbursts, get the help you need. Take responsibility and find a counselor to help you learn practical techniques for change. Stop finding excuses. You may be right that there are good reasons to get angry, but not good enough reasons for your angry outbursts to become a burden to your family. If you wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of your anger, get help for yourself and those who are.Rabbi M. Gary Neuman
About the Author: M. Gary Neuman will be speaking at Kosherica's PGA Resort this Pesach. He is a licensed psychotherapist, rabbi, and New York Times best-selling author. Sign up for his free online newsletter at NeumanMethod.com.
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