Inspiring Thoughts from EAC

Understanding Anger and Strategies to Manage It

By: Nanette Kerwick, LMSW, CEAP, CAADC, EAC Clinical Specialist – Most human beings get angry. We are naturally emotional creatures. Anger is experienced as a spectrum, from mild irritation to rage. Like other emotions, anger causes physiological and biological changes. Heart rate and blood pressure increase, as do levels of energy hormones (adrenaline and non-adrenaline.) Read More

Anger – what is your response?

In preparation for an upcoming webinar, I’ve been doing some research on anger. I found this statement particularly interesting: Anger is a natural feeling, like hunger; everyone gets angry at times. Many people have been taught the opposite – that it is not acceptable to be angry or display anger, especially at work. Yet, if Read More