Category Archives: Anger & Resentment

I Cry for Myself

By: Everchase If a newborn baby doesn’t see light within the first six weeks, it will go blind and remain so for the rest of its life. The same concept applies to the human spirit and its ability to form … Continue reading

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The Empty Chair at the Holiday Table: Getting Through Christmas After a Loss

By: Marie Hartwell-Walker, EdD, Marty Tousley, CNS-BC, FT, DCC, and Angela Escobar, MA, BCC “I have felt pain, I have endured hardship, I have suffered loss of loved ones and I have memories I want to forget. However, these things … Continue reading

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Finding Meaning in Tragedy and Moving on Stronger

By: Nanette Stein I’ve experienced a unique situation that has taught me a surprising lesson about the scope of the human races’ ability to choose love over hate, understanding over anger, and belief over fear. I’d rather not have to … Continue reading

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Are some people just “evil”? If not, how do they learn to be so awful?

By: Dr. Clayton E. Tucker-Ladd Occasionally you hear of a horrendous crime—an 80-year-old woman is brutally assaulted, being raped, stabbed many times, and perhaps the head or body parts cut off and buried. No one can understand why a total … Continue reading

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Giving up the Right to Resent

By: Dr. Wayne W. Dyer You hear people say this all the time: “I have a right to be upset because of the way I’ve been treated. I have a right to be angry, hurt, depressed, sad, and resentful.” Learning … Continue reading

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