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Anger Management Counseling

What is high-conflict and what keeps conflict going?

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High-conflict is characterized by ongoing disagreement and an inability to reach mutual agreement. The differences or values that are held by each party may be stark and incompatible. High-conflict is expressed through blame, shame, put-downs, and verbal abuse. High-conflict leads to chronic stress.  Physical symptoms of high-conflict can include: headaches, stomachs, racing heart, insomnia, and other illness. It can lead…

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relationship coaching

“Despite the Red Flags, I Stayed…”

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Lust is easy. Love is hard. Like is most important. Carl Reiner Remember your first date? With just the right elements of sexual tension and engaging conversation, you were excited to get to know her. A second date led to deeper conversation, sexual intrigue, and fun. As time went on, you were drawn into a relationship. And you noticed signs…

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Anger and Emotional Intelligence

Anger and Emotional Intelligence – Part 2

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Anger and Emotional Intelligence-Part II Increasing emotional competencies such as self-awareness, self-perception, emotion regulation, empathy, and self-control allows us to experience emotional balance. We become aware of our actions.  Having an accurate assessment of emotional intelligence (EI) competencies allows us to gain information about baseline functioning and areas of identified work. The EQI-2.0 offers critical information in the area of:…

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Anger and Emotional Intelligence - Part 1

Anger and Emotional Intelligence – Part 1

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Emotional intelligence (EI) is core component in regulating emotions. EI is the ability to recognize, understand, and regulate one’s own emotions while simultaneously sensing, recognizing, and attending to another person’s emotions. This is important because it allows us to create positive outcomes, get our needs met, feel loved, and resolve problems. Anger and Emotional Intelligence – Part 1: People who have…

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On the Edge

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Anger can take you to the very edge of the cliff. Do you know what I mean? It can take over your senses. It can take over your conscience. It can take over your emotional integrity.  Some people require practice and fortitude to prevent anger from taking over. Anger has a very intense emotional energy. For many of my clients, it is like sitting at the “edge of the…

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