Emotional Regulation

Anger In; Anger Out

The article explores the psychology of anger, detailing how it can manifest internally or externally, with both forms having potential harmful consequences. Understanding and managing anger effectively can have significant benefits, and the author offers tips for more constructive expression, including self-reflection, effective communication, stress management, and seeking support.

Trauma Resiliency Model

The Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM), created by Elaine Miller-Karas, is a therapeutic approach aimed at helping individuals recover from trauma and bolster resilience. Key principles include grounding techniques, pendulation (oscillation between soothing and activating experiences), resourcing (identifying and activating internal and external resources), and titration (gradual trauma processing). TRM can effectively reduce trauma symptoms, improve self-regulation, and enhance resilience, providing a practical framework for recovering from traumatic experiences.

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How to Deal with Jealousy

Handling Jealousy: A Guide to Overcoming Green-Eyed Monsters Jealousy is a natural emotion that can arise in various aspects of our lives. Whether it’s in romantic relationships, friendships, or even in the workplace, jealousy can have a negative impact on our well-being and relationships. If jealousy interferes with your life, there are effective strategies for …

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The Power of Equanimity: Finding Balance in Life Equanimity, a state of calmness and composure, has long been revered as a virtue in many cultures across the world. It is the ability to remain centered and balanced amidst the ups and downs of life. We errantly try to create a peaceful life through faulty beliefs …

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