Over the Walls of Anger, Into Each Other's Arms
Author: Susan Armitage, RMFT
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What if anger in your relationship is actually a desire for deeper connection? In fact, this is often the case. It’s quite a paradox that a desire for closeness stirs anger that pushes you further apart! Attachment theory explains this natural effect.
When you’ve erected dividing walls of anger, it may seem impossible to reconnect. You’ve argued time and again, and find yourselves in repetitive cycles of anger.
This practical guide takes you through steps of anger management—building emotional intelligence, stress management, communication skills, and conflict resolution—with a focus on attachment styles that contribute to the turmoil in which you find yourselves. Attachment theory explains how fear, shame, depression or anxiety are natural responses that contribute to anger and your cycle. Please click to purchase this book.
June 23, 2021 5 PM EST
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