Making Peace With Anger

Ashley Lande honestly

For most of my life, anger terrified me. I thought it was merely the midwife to violence, the blinding catalyst for every act of assault ever committed. It was too intense, too extroverted, too direct. I strenuously avoided it, and …

When Anger Touches Others

Sarah Ann Noel honestly

I don’t like to call myself an angry person. I am passionate. And as such, I have, on more than one occasion, been the type of person who screams at the top of her lungs, “Stop yelling!” Motherhood has intensified …

The Gifts of Anger

Jackie Alvarez honestly

A wise person told me: The depth to which we feel our sorrow is the capacity for which we can experience joy. This was in the middle of a season where the realities of my life story and my personality …