Category Archives: Anger

Anger management using neuroplasticity

Anger management using neuroplasticity Neuroscience is providing new information which allows us to see how the brain changes. In the last few years the brain has been shown to have both a comparative system and a predictive system, in response to an outside trigger. The predictive system can be taught how to attach two unrelated…
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Domestic violence-A different approach

Domestic violence-a different approach Teaching principles to stop domestic violence. In cognitive principle therapy we work on changing principles rather than behaviors. Principles can be either positive or negative and always proceed behavior. What causes domestic violence? When domestic violence occurs the three primary negative principles (emotions) aren’t doing their job, and have combined to…
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Why are you angry, but not assertive?

Why are you angry, but not assertive? Anger arises from the various combinations of the three factors which drive our needs. These are: • Type of control we use. • Negative emotions comprising of fear, anger, sadness, criticalness, guilt, confusion and anxiousness • Our personality type or behavior. There are five types of control we…
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Anger Control

Anger Control Anger is just another type of habit. But is a new approach It is said that there are at least nine types of anger, however, regardless of the type, anger arises from a bad habit [which is a mild term for an addiction]. When a person has an addiction, triggers activate the addiction,…
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