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This month's theme is expressing and processing anger in an empowering way. You might be surprised to learn that if you want to feel better about you and enjoy more loving relationships, you need to allow you to feel angry as and when it comes up. Processing anger so that you can release it is also a vital part of the growth of you and your relationships, because it's how you heal from the past and move forward with love, care, trust and respect.

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THIS MONTH'S PRE-RECORDED WEBINAR: How To Take Care of Anger Feelings

Don’t forget that resources referred to in this month’s webinar are available in the Foundational Resources section. There’s also lots of supporting material on this subject throughout The Library






The Library Podcast Ep 7: How Nat Learned To Take Care of Her Anger

Each month you will enjoy access to a podcast episode created exclusively for members where I will share on an experience I’ve been through and highlight ways to get out of your own way, how to reduce ‘baggage’, and how to turn those head-wrecking and painful experiences into a gift.

Listen below or download here.

Getting To Grips With Anger

In this guide, I help you...

  • Get clear on what anger is and its vital purpose• Understand what inappropriate anger is
  • Gain perspective by dispelling some common myths that cause you to discard and suppress anger feelings
  • Explore how you transform anger and guide you on uncovering the source of your anger habits including criticism and being desensitised to your own feelings and anger.

Demystifying Aggressive Behaviour

The purpose of this short guide is to help you understand what aggression is in the context of people pleasing and being passive.
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Expelling The Venom Exercise

This exercise evokes and releases the energies of anger, upset, and frustration. It is a primal and effective way to let go of stress and anger. Becoming more viscerally familiar with anger makes space for healthy assertiveness.

Tackling Your Hot Buttons

Every person has conflict ‘hot buttons’, you know, behaviours and situations that are highly likely to aggravate you and cause enough annoyance,irritation, and anger to provoke at the very least, a discussion if not a full-on argument. Find out how to tackle your hot buttons in this self sheet.
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The 8-Minute Unload

This is an abstract from 100-Days of Baggage Reclaim. A couple of years ago, my acupuncturist Silvio shared a fantastic tip for settling anxiety, a busy mind, or any other feelings of being unsettled and I’ve used it many times and found it to be transformative and a really good self-care tool to lean on.

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Getting To Grips With Criticism & Conflict

The key in changing your pattern of dealing with conflict and criticism is to evaluate what your default responses in these situations are. 

Resources For Tapping (EFT): The Tapping Solution by Nick Ortner (book) and The Tapping Solution (website). I work with EFT practitioner, Fiona Dilston--I have sessions with her as part of my self-care routine and navigating big events in life.








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