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Anger is an integral part of our lives and comes when things do not work out the way we want and when we do not get what we want when we want and how we want.
We’ll also look at some strategies for managing anger in healthy ways and for working towards forgiveness, even when it feels impossible.
It’s important to remember that there’s no one “right” way to handle anger or forgiveness – everyone’s journey is different. But by exploring these topics and learning some new strategies, we can hopefully find a way to move forward in a more positive and peaceful way. So if you’re struggling with anger or grappling with the idea of forgiveness, stick around – we’re in this together!
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