Tag Archives: anger

The neuroscience of fairness and injustice

Fairness and injustice are two experiences which can lead to many disagreements, misunderstandings, subjective reactions and even anger, guilt and depression amongst others. Below is an interesting article elaborating more on those concepts and sharing few ideas on how to cope, … Continue reading

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Anger management: 10 tips to tame your temper

From Mayo Clinic. Shared by the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis. March 14, 2014. “Keeping your temper in check can be challenging. Use simple anger management tips — from taking a timeout to using “I” statements — to stay in … Continue reading

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Why We Shop: The Neuropsychology of Consumption

Medscape Psychiatry  Bret S. Stetka, MD, Kit Yarrow, PhD, Disclosures, November 22, 2013 Consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow, PhD just finished a new book, Decoding the New Consumer Mind: on the neuropsychologic influences associated with shopping. Here are some extracts of the interview he gave to … Continue reading

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Hurt/Anger or Disappointment

Follow the 5th series of Emotions at the Hypnotherapy Team Blog. Read about the difference between feeling hurt and feeling disappointed, and how feeling hurt may trigger anger. Learn to identfy which emotions  you are feeling, and tips to update … Continue reading

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Anger and Annoyance

Learn to conceptualise your emotions in a way that can help you get over disturbances:  In this case, Annoyance is presented as the healthy version of the negative unhealthy emotion of Anger. “The easiest way to understand your emotions is … Continue reading

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