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Why was my dad angry? Could my mother have done anything to calm him down?

Posted by Abe Kass on Thu, Sep 7, 2017 @ 16:09 PM

Learn how to fix a broken marriage — be a positive force in your husband's life! Make your man feel loved and respected and let him be the hero in your life.

Growing up as a child my father was often angry. Like most angry people, I think most of his anger was generated from within himself.

Even though my father was successful by many measures, he was far from content. He was a lawyer, a successful businessman, had a big house in an exclusive neighborhood, and had all the money he needed. He had a wife and four lovely children. What more could any man want?

Reflecting back on what I remember as a child returns uncomfortable memories. However, I am smart enough to understand that what I recall and any conclusions that these recollections lead to are likely incomplete and distorted.

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Topics: Anger management test, Anger, Fix a broken marriage

Anger management tips: "Anger Tests" are Everywhere!

Posted by Abe Kass on Wed, Jan 18, 2017 @ 16:01 PM

Get free anger management tips to stay cool even when someone lights your fire!

Ruining your life is easier than you think unless you understand what anger is and how much it destroys... Keep reading.

Do you get angry? Of course you do... But what happens next is what is most important? Only you know if you "pass the anger test or not!"

Let's learn about anger

Anger is harmful to three categories of individuals. Anger injures the person expressing it, the person it is directed at, and anyone present while it is expressed. Yes, there are rare exceptions when anger may be useful. However, you will likely never encounter such a situation during your lifetime. Thus, from day to day you will be given many anger tests. You score high on you anger test when you stay calm; you fail your anger test when becoming angry.

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Topics: Overcoming anger, Emotional abuse, Extreme anger, Anger management test

Protect your children from extreme anger [true story]

Posted by Abe Kass on Wed, Mar 9, 2016 @ 17:03 PM

Always write angry letters to your enemies.

Never mail them. -James Fallows

Extreme anger hurts everyone.

Follow Mary's journey from extreme anger to peace and harmony.

True Story (Details changed to protect privacy)

Mary often screamed uncontrollably at her two young children. She often reacted with extreme anger

Mary had high expectations about how her children should behave. 

For example, after playing with their toys she demanded that the children immediately put them away. If not, she became angry, screamed and threatened. When dressing them, she became furious if they resisted putting on the clothes she had selected. 

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Topics: Extreme anger, Anger management workbook

Free anger management tips: Use Your Mind to Control Anger

Posted by Abe Kass on Sun, Nov 29, 2015 @ 23:11 PM

Use your mind to eliminate extreme anger and live peacefully

We all get angry sometimes, and there are times when we simply lose it and end up reacting in such a manner that makes us feel stupid and also leaves a negative impression on others. There is nothing more embarrassing that exploding with extreme anger and revealing to everyone present that we are out of control!

Anger comes from the brain, enters our heart, and exists our mouth! It starts with a thought and ends with hostile words directed at another person!

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Topics: Anger management tips

Emotional abuse test — should you take it?

Posted by Abe Kass on Sun, May 10, 2015 @ 00:05 AM

Is yours an emotionally abusive relationship?

Do you live with extreme anger? Does your partner insist he or she is always right, and you are always wrong? Do you have the feeling your partner wants you to admit he or she is superior to you? Do you tip toe around your partner for fear of triggering an extreme anger outburst?

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Topics: Abusive relationships

Free anger management tips: YES To Good Sex— NO To Anger

Posted by Abe Kass on Fri, Mar 27, 2015 @ 13:03 PM

Get the truth as to why your sex life has tanked and what you can do about it.

Free anger management tips to increase the romance in your life

Many couples in a relationship believe that good sex will just happen. It doesn't. 

The longer you and your partner have been together, the more "good sex" will ONLY happen when the two of you have a satisfying emotional relationship—when you feel close with each other. 

When you first met, sex was more about tantalization, touching, and novelty. Now it is more about feeling safe, respected and loved. 

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Topics: Anger management tips

Emotional abuse test: Is it or is it not abuse?

Posted by Abe Kass on Tue, Mar 10, 2015 @ 08:03 AM

Knowing if you are in a verbally or emotionally abuse marriage is essential to design the appropriate corrective measures. Below you will find a link to my Emotional Abuse Test that you can take to find out!

Is It Emotional Abuse Or Is It Not?

Anger and fighting in a marriage does not automatically constitute verbal or emotional abuse.

The primary distinction between an unhealthy and a dysfunctional relationship or a marriage that is abusive is the "intent" of the emotionally abusive wife or the verbally abusive husband.

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Topics: Emotional abuse test

Abusive relationships: Extreme anger kills families

Posted by Abe Kass on Tue, Mar 3, 2015 @ 15:03 PM

Living in an abusive relationship is emotionally painful... it may also be physically dangerous. Some individuals are aware they are being abused and some are not. Take the Emotional Abuse Test if you are not sure and keep reading to learn more.

Abusive relationships are maintained by expressions of extreme anger

It may be hot or cold anger; threats and insults or silent treatment and a sexless marriage. These are all common outcomes of an emotionally abusive relationship.

If the above is true for you, consider your marriage amongst the many abusive relationships were so many good people struggle to live with dignity and happiness.

If you are an abuser... you may lose your family

Chronic anger is the leading cause of marriage breakdown and divorce. Many good people lose their marriage and families because of the extreme anger plague. Don't let yours be one of them.

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Topics: Emotional abuse test

Emotional abuse: Three steps to recovery

Posted by Abe Kass on Mon, Feb 9, 2015 @ 08:02 AM

Sadly, spousal abuse exists in many families. Sometimes the abusive person wishes he or she could control his or her anger outbursts and sometimes they don't. When they do, it is relatively easy stop extreme anger. Then you need to go on to heal from all the hurt feelings and insults!

Emotional abuse: Are you an abused women

In their family home, Janet never experienced nor saw the kind of emotional abuse she was now experiencing married to Eric. His constant criticizing, extreme anger blowups and insults had destroyed her self-esteem and were a painful example of spousal abuse.

Finally, she had enough. She told Eric that if they didn't go for help she was going to leave. She told him she was no longer willing to go on with his anger outbursts. Reluctantly Eric agreed to go for marriage therapy.

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Topics: Emotional abuse

Verbal abuse: Poisoned by anger?

Posted by Abe Kass on Fri, Feb 6, 2015 @ 09:02 AM

Verbal abuse is one of the most toxic forms of emotional abuse. It takes two people to create abusive relationships—the offender and the victim. Either one alone can stop verbal abuse—is this just a question of how.

Abusive relationships kill good people with expressions of extreme anger

Are you an abused woman or an abused man?

If so, likely it is angry words that are causing the hurt and injury.

Verbal abuse is the means that anger is injected into the mind of another person. Verbal abuse is like the fangs of a snake that inject venom into a person's blood and kill.

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Topics: Verbal abuse

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