Quick Tips for Managing Anger is a show about how deal with anger effectively and practically. Throughout the week Lynette Hoy, Marriage and Family Counselor and Anger Management Specialist, presents insights and skills for managing anger. You can learn to change unhealthy anger into a positive force which accomplishes something good for yourself and others! No more yelling, swearing, manipulating or giving the 'cold shoulder'. Train yourself to turn anger into faith, assertiveness, problem-solving, empathy and forgiveness! Learn techniques for managing conflict and developing healthy relationships!
Test Your Anger!
Learn about anger, the physiology of anger and a technique to calm yourself down within seconds!
SOS Radio Interview
Learn about anger, the physiology of anger, examples of good and unhealthy anger, spiritual principles and how to manage conflict with others!
Controlling the Rage Within
Here are 3 simple steps that can help you effectively manage your anger!
Ventilation of Anger
Interrupt your anger early with just one skill to help you get the most out of anger!
Steps for Managing Anger
Learn how changing your self-talk, applying a time-out, communicating with empathy and assertiveness can help you control anger now!
When Love Turns to Anger
Lynette Hoy shares how anger can be a positive force for change in marriage when transformed into assertiveness, conflict management, empathy and forgiveness!
I'm glad I found your Podcast, although some people are upset it’s faith based. The program gives practical tips to apply, whether you believe in God or not. Plus, prayer changes things. It has been scientifically proven that prayer has positive psychological effects. Don't settle on breathing techniques and a bunch of mantras, read the Bible! Thank you, Lynette, for the refreshers. I pray whoever's struggling with anger would be healed in Jesus' name. I hope you contiue posting episodes,
-1 star for the theology/Christianity
-1 star for the theology/Christianity because it didn’t add, and actually took away, from the great evidence-based and practical tips. It seemed really out of place.
I am a atheist
God isn’t real and talk faster