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anger management skills in women only programmes
October 28, 2000
10:25 am
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i'm just about to start designing a 10 week anger management programme for adult learners - have extensive experience in teaching assertiveness, stress management & self empowerment but would welcome ideas & expereinces from other trainers/counsellors
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October 30, 2000
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Be careful that none of these women are MANAGING UNDERSTANDABLE ANGER, meaning, I hope they are not there because their mates say they have a problem, when in fact they are reacting normally to abuse from their mates...understand?
If these women are being abused, they may blame themselves when they get angry and last out at their mate, well anger is not a negative emotion, it is a powerful emotion, but just as important as any other. Anger signals mistreatment, fear, powerless ness etc...I suggest you read "seat of the soul" by Gary Zukav and find out the real root of anger

October 30, 2000
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I wish I could remember the name of the book, that shared that most of the difficulties of today for women go back to adolescents. The passages of developement, the co-dependency factor due to the mother being the primary care taker,(influence) who did nothing but care take,or demonstrate resentment at being in the work place, and the adolescent girl jumping into the role, at the beginning of her developement, gaining her self worth from outside, vs internal(self) acknowledgement.
I believe most of the anger is caused due to evolution, we not to long ago were property. Not to long ago, it was how well we looked,(for breeding purpose) took care of a man, cooked, cleaned etc., that determined our personal marketability. Even had to be bartered by our fathers, women still killed for not having a son. There was a constant supply of medications now illegal for the "melancholy" of being a woman. DUH Look how all the cultures, and religions are now blindly blended, with the availability of drugs, alcohol, and the modern expectations I am a little pissed my self. I got angry at a perfectly good marriage, because I was not satisfied like his mom was with the pittance of an allowance, and some one else making all the decisions for me. I forgot to read Genisis, before I got married, that states to listen, and honor all that my husband dictated, while the TV told me to be the modern woman, and bring home the bacon, and then sit in Calgon, after I did the dishes and took care of the kids, while he sat on his a**. The blending of cultures, religions, the break down of family, no support, no accountability, no role models, total exhaustion, no real education on how to be a women, before we "pretend to be", is causing the problems. I assume that this is going to be one of the new court mandated programs, such as the ones in place for men, who bless their hearts, are just as fubared as the women today. I am sad for our daughters, who are more independent, who didn't sell out at 15, who have no faith in marriage, who are wondering what to do, now that they have their professions under way, who can't find a guy who will tolorate their independence, good luck on your program, its needed, but I hope your targeting the women right after puberty, they are the really angry ones. And rightly so.

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