Making Sense of “Irrational” Anger

It’s always exciting to come across an article I wish I’d written myself. This week’s post from Leon F. Seltzer, Ph.D. is one of those gems.

Emotions — anger and every other one I know of — always make sense. Even when you’re the one having the feeling and even YOU don’t know why!

There’s always a reason for the way you feel. And no, it’s not that you’re being irrational or making a big deal about nothing.

This article explains how to deal with someone else’s anger in such a way that you help them understand their feelings, while also helping yourself not to be triggered by them.

Click below to read this fabulous post.

Anger Always Makes Sense | Psychology Today.

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0 thoughts on “Making Sense of “Irrational” Anger”

  1. Very informative, I am going to have to re-read it a couple of more times to let it sink deeper
    in my brain. To fully understanding the feelings of anger that we all have had at times could make
    everyone enjoy a much happier life. Thanks again Tina, Breakthrough is much better then


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