Back in the 's there was a British physician called John Hunter. He had a very bad temper and, not surprisingly, suffered from angina pectoris. This was prophetic. At a meeting of the board of St. Georges Hospital he became involved in a heated argument, walked out, and dropped dead.
Jonathan Altfeld's NLP Technique for Releasing Anger
Anger management is practically a field by itself within psychology. And yet, sometimes, with the right anger release techniques, you can let go of anger easily and naturally. Some years ago I visited a coffee shop and met one of the employees who allowed me to unpack a certain amazing cognitive strategy she'd developed unconsciously, for releasing anger easily. At first there didn't seem to be anything phenomenally unique or terribly fascinating about her; she seemed balanced and involved in her environment. As I chatted with her, I discovered she had at least one very interesting skill. She told me that when criticized, she never stayed angry for very long! I thought, that seemed like a pretty neat skill.
What is anger?
Several studies have now shown a causal link between holding on to the feelings and thoughts of anger to higher cholesterol and a greater incidence of heart disease. Not only is it bad for your health it can also have a corrosive effect on your interpersonal relationships. Many people think that anger serves them; let us be clear, anger is counter-productive. You can still assert your own needs without it. NLP is a psychological understanding of people and promotes results within life ecologically. Experiencing these emotions is a natural part of life. One often feels anger because someone else does something that you would not do yourself, a violation of your values.
It will poison your marriage until the end в of your life, your marriage, or your belief. Chances are you can't though. Another thing to keep in mind: It's a very long, very hard journey to even get to that point of the MD marathon. You have been blessed with the equipment to make such decisions. In my experience discussing my fears with my husband has at times lead to arguing esp.