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Thought Stirring Question - Public 
10th-Jan-2010 09:03 am
Anger can oftentimes be hard for survivors to express appropriately. It can be expressed through many various behaviors, often of which are learned. For some survivors, anger can be dangerous to express, and therefore it is turned inwards and turns into depression and/or anxiety. On the flip side, some survivors learned that showing anger was a good way to stop abuse, or keep people from getting to close to them, thus eliminating the potential of abuse from that person.

  • How does anger present for you?

  • What was the use of the way you present anger? Is it useful or detrimental to you now?

  • What are some healthy ways that you could express your anger? If you feel you already express your anger in a healthy way, how were you able to learn to express anger appropriately?
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