We all get angry. Some of us show our anger and some of us suppress it, but at the end of the day, we’re all susceptible to being angry. In this episode, Dr Emily goes into the many aspects of anger – how it can show up in our lives, how it affects us and the people around us, and of course, what we can do about it.
If you liked this episode, you might be interested in book recommendation, When the Body Says No, The Hidden Cost of Stress, by Dr Gabor Mate: https://bit.ly/3NcTFQS
To learn more about Chris Germer’s work, around anger as information, mindfulness and self-compassion, follow this link: https://chrisgermer.com/
To lean more about Robyn Walser’s work on the four components of anger and to purchase a self-directed, commitment and acceptance therapy based workbook on managing emotions and anger, follow this link: https://bit.ly/3H6QINY
To learn more about the Oura Ring Hugh spoke about, follow this link: https://ouraring.com/
To listen to Tarang Chawla’s Imperfects episode about men’s violence against women, follow this link: https://bit.ly/3N4altS
To listen to Tarang Chawla’s podcast, There’s No Place Like Home, follow this link: https://bit.ly/3H5w2Wy
The Imperfects is not a licensed mental health service and is not a substitute for professional mental health advice, treatment or assessment. The advice given in this episode is general in nature, but if you’re struggling, please see a healthcare professional, or call lifeline on 13 11 14.