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1) I handle anger-causing situations by acknowledging the anger. Too often anger is regarded as being "wrong", but anger is a real and valid emotion. Acknowledge it, identify why you feel angry, and then determine whether you can express the anger or if you have to hold it in check.
2) I handle anger very well. I am actually guilty of letting anger go when I have every right to be angry-- anger is a powerful motivator, and it is perfectly healthy to be angry. I need to act on anger-- not OUT of anger, but because a part of my emotional person is upset.
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.
Jul 12th, 2015
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