“Anger is, like, a really pervasive odor; it just permeates every aspect of your life,” Dr. Phil says. “It changes your sensibilities, it changes your reactivity, it changes your irritability with your children, your friends, yourself – everything – and so unless you resolve that, it’s going to continue to control your life.”TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Have a Volatile Teen, Parent or Sibling?
He suggests asking yourself three questions to get to the root of why you’re angry: What am I angry about? What’s triggering this? and What can I do to get resolution? Then, replace the word anger with hurt, fear or frustration.WATCH: ‘When People Are Angry, They Are At Their Weakest,’ Dr. Phil Says
“When you do that, you’ll start coming up with some insights,” he says.
Watch more of his advice in the video above.
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