Anger and anxiety: your best friends?

Anger and anxiety are forms of fear, as well as coping mechanisms that we use when somewhere inside we feel that our safety is being put at risk. We go into fight, flight or freeze mode.

The situation can be real, like in the case of a car that is skidding off the road, heading in our direction or it can be imaginary, produced by our head, like for example the story we have about being made…

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