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Anger: The Misunderstood Emotion ebook
Anger: The Misunderstood Emotion ebook

Anger: The Misunderstood Emotion by Carol Tavris

Anger: The Misunderstood Emotion



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Anger: The Misunderstood Emotion Carol Tavris ebook
Publisher: Touchstone / Simon & Schuster
Page: 384
ISBN: 0671675233, 9780671675233
Format: djvu


Anger is one of our most important emotions. The findings of Tomkins (1991) and Plutchick (2002) indicate the presence of primary emotions shortly after birth. Affect, Imagery, Consciousness: Vol. Anger: The misunderstood emotion (Rev. Citing the work of Carol Tavris in her comprehensive study: “Anger: The Misunderstood Emotion,” Hightower claims that talking through anger is merely a myth. Many of us learned that we could not feel or express our anger and so learned to stuff it down. Phylogenetically,iii these emotions occur before the brain structures such as the cerebral cortex and Tavris, C. Anger has been called the “misunderstood emotion.” Why is that? On the wisdom of counting to 10: Personal and social dangers of anger expression. People confuse it with aggression and violence, they think of it as mostly unhealthy, and they fail to recognize the times in their lives when their anger has been positive. I Researchers agree on six emotions (fear, anger, joy, disgust, interest and surprise) out of about eight or ten primary emotionsii. Anger is a frequently misunderstood emotion. Anger: The Misunderstood Emotion. Instead, our purpose is to dig more deeply into the nature of anger – wherever it occurs (and context does matter). In fact, Hightower believes that anger is most often increased through discussion. In this program, you will learn to make active use of this forceful energy; through the Gestalt approach, your aggression is considered essential for change. Unfortunately we are never taught how to be with this powerful protector in a way that allows us to access the wisdom contained within it. One of my mentors believed that anger is the most misunderstood emotion of all and I am in agreement. Shaver (Ed.), Emotions, relationships and health. Anger is the most misunderstood of all emotions.

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