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Controlling Your Anger
My husband -verbally abusive & money controlling. He's angry about the yrs. I stayed home w/3 girls.. Am working What can I do , he's so resentful .
Strengthen yourself: AVOID self-blame. Focus on getting emotionally stronger yourself and less on your husband's behavior. Set limits as to what you will accept from him. Seek the help of a mental health professional. As you get stronger his misdirected anger will likely get worse until he backs down and adjusts. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Which has more influence our thoughts controlling neurotransmitters or our neurotransmitters influencing our thoughts?
Chicken and egg: Argument. Actually nobody really knows exactly what a "thought" is. The best analogy that we have is the computer but if the brain is a computer it may be a new type. ...Read more
Manual therapy: In the 50s travell, md a pain pioneer concluded that chronic tissue pain was caused by numerous trigger points in muscle fibers causing the muscles to contract compressing nerves, vessels and alter the flow of lymphatics. Rds develops from this myofascial dz. Early therapy is the key with myofascial release therapy with massage, tissue therapy, trigger pt injs w Lidocaine and acupuncture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good description : At this website: warning signs of a controlling relationship | livestrong.Com www.Livestrong.Com/article/...Of-a-controlling-relationship healthy relationships are partnerships in which both people are equals. They are based on respect rather than fear and intimidation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1 simple tip- : Count to 10 before acting on the urge to impulsively harm someone physically or emotionally. Reduce anger by deep breathing. Breath in deeply ; slowly through the nostrils. Hold air in lungs for a 5 count before slowly exhaling through an open mouth. Repeat until you cool your jets. Focus on your breathing not what is making you angry. Cognitive behavioral therapy is excellent for dealing with. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Two thoughts: The possibilities here are numerous, but at least two that come to mind are 1) childhood developmental factors, and 2) anger as covering over other feelings. For the first one, if children aren't taught to deal with anger early on, they'll have trouble with it later. For the second one, anger can sometimes be an internal defense against other, more troubling feelings that are harder to express. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Suppressing your anger can lead to problems like anxiety, depression & physical health problems. It is important to learn to accept that you have anger. Explore where the anger comes from? Perhaps anger is appropriate for the situation? What about the intensity of the anger? Is it appropriate for the trigger? How is the anger expressed? Cognitive behavioral therapy is great for dealing w anger. ...Read more
Getting help.: The biggest help that i can provide is to point you in the direction of therapy. You clearly have issues that need to be worked through. Therapy can be a safe place to make life changes. This will give you a better chance of developing into the person who you want to be. Take care. ...Read more
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