Turn Anger Into a Peaceful Heart

October 20, 2014 7:35 PM

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Let's be realistic: it's completely normal for a mother to get angry with her children. Or with her partner, the in-laws, her clueless boss-or herself. Studies have found that the more children a woman has, the more time she spends with them or doing housework, or the more hassles she has with child care or her kids, the more angry she's likely to be. There's no need to feel guilty about anger itself. The real question is, what can you do about it?

On the one hand, anger is a healthy emotion. It shines a bright light on things that should be different-like a child's incessant whining, a partner's broken agreements, or some stupid workplace policy that keeps you from your kids-and energizes you to try to change them. Bottling up anger numbs you...

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