Episode 141: Melanie Dale
It’s that time again for another crossover episode with my good friend, Melanie Dale. Each month, Melanie and I sit down and have a conversation about a topic that we are both surviving and that we could lighten up about. So one part is here and the part of the conversation is on her show, Lighten Up with Melanie Dale. So be sure to hop over there when are you are finished listening to this one.
This month we are talking about our emotions—specifically about anger. We talk about the last time we were angry, what triggers our anger, what helps us control our anger and what helps us control the anger before we erupt like a volcano.
Rising Strong by Brene Brown
Calming Angry Kids by Tricia Goyer
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What causes anger to rise up in you? (traffic, children, etc)
What external and internal things trigger your anger?
What pressures do you put on yourself that tend to have anger rise up?
What helps you to create margin?
What helps you control your anger?
What can we do to make sure this is a safe place to talk about our emotions?
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