Ensuring that your children learn to deal with their emotions in a healthy, responsible manner depends on you setting an example of the same.
After allowing the pain of his divorce to monopolize his daily life, Mark decided to replace anger with joy, blame with mercy and fear with confidence.
When you feel yourself starting to get angry, follow these four easy-to-remember steps to keep your anger from getting the best of you.
Overcoming anger, fear, and guilt depends on finding the source. These 10 questions can help, revealing answers tied to the past and key to a joy-filled future.
One woman’s story of anger, fear and guilt — a journey through depression monopolized by the recurring question, Why do I feel this way?
Final blog post in a series of excerpts from Dr. Gregory Jantz’s book, Every Woman’s Guide to Managing Your Anger.
You can choose to hold on to the good or the bad, giving you the power to release anger and instead embrace optimism, hope and joy.
As Gina and Patricia’s story illustrates, when you let go of your anger and forgive, you actually benefit more than the person who you are forgiving.
Accepting your truth takes time, by design — a miracle of God to help ensure your acceptance of the truth to your very core.
Dr. Gregory Jantz joins Janet Parshall on her nationally-syndicated radio show “Talking It Over” to discuss how women experience and express anger differently than men.
Perfectionism can be a difficult mind-set to release because it can appear so right. Attempting to achieve perfection can feel so righteous, as Paul talks about in Phillippians 3:9, speaking of his own quest. It can be tempting to forget the “therefore” and just seek to bring about the words of Jesus on your own: …
Perfectionism is a dishonest standard that stands in the way of the love and affection you give to others, and that you receive from them.