Anger and Insecurity
The Hurt Behind Bombastic Emotions
Season 1, Episode 14
A ngry people often display a forceful and bold mannerism, giving the appearance of strength and confidence. Yet, the more overpowering people are in conveying anger, the more it indicates hidden insecurity. Secure people don’t have to belittle to get their point across, nor do they feel the need to force-feed their opinions. This episode will examine how a truly secure nature is at the heart of constructive anger.
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Something to Think about
In this episode, we learned that:
- Loud, abrasive does not indicate strength, but weakness.
- Angry adults usually reveal hurt left over from historical struggles.
- Secure people communicate anger with respect, not insults.
One of the most important aspects to positive change is communication and questions are the best way to gain deeper insights and develop more innovative solutions. So each week, I ask a question.
“When your anger gets the best of you, what insecurity are you commonly struggling with at that moment?”
Les Carter, Ph. D.Please share your thoughts below.
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