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Anger Uses Time, Energy and Thought

Parent Rap

By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | August 13, 2014

Your angry emotions are speaking when you scream, “You are grounded for a month!”

Shopping for a vehicle when you are in a hurry is risky business. Driving 65 mph in a school zone is tempting fate. Pushing firefighters aside to run into a burning building is just plain folly. Then why would anyone discipline a child when upset, angry or in a hurry?

“Anger blows out the lamp of the mind.” ~Robert Green Ingersoll

Calming yourself down when you are angry may not be easy but is necessary for your health and for those who are close to you. When parents discipline children while angry the resulting punishment will probably be much harsher than needed. Harsh punishment often fails to teach the needed lesson and is therefore ineffective. Excessively harsh discipline can cause children to rebel, thus undermining any teaching goal.

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5 Essential Ingredients For A Great Loving Relationship

The Truth Warrior


We all want to have great relationships especially with that special person however often times we seem to be unable to create this in our lives. In the world that we live in, we usually learn how to have relationships from those people around us usually from our parents who often times may not be exactly the perfect role models for a healthy and loving relationship.

In every relationship, there are 3 relationships happening. There is the relationship you have with yourself, the relationship your partner has with themselves and the relationship you have together. If any of these relationships is not healthy and loving, it usually effects the other relationships.

In any relationship, the following ingredients are essential in creating, maintaining and growing a healthy and loving relationship;

1. Trust

Trust always begins with yourself. You can only ever trust somebody as much as you trust yourself. If you…

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What happens to your body when you’re in panic mode


It takes only a few seconds to spur a phobic meltdown. Here is a play-by-play of a panicked response.
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Your eyes or ears identify your phobic trigger (a needle, a snake, the dentist?s drill) and instantly send a ?threat!? message to your amygdala, the…
What happens to your body when you’re in panic mode

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