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Chapter 5 The Stress Emotions
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“ To be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” — Nelson Mandela
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The Anatomy of Anger Rage Hostility Impatience Envy Fear Jealousy Prejudice Guilt Indignation Frustration
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• The expression of anger has become a real problem nationwide • All anger is the result of unmet expectations • Road rage, sports rage, air rage, phone rage, and gas pump rage have become too common nationwide • Unresolved anger issues have a direct connection to many chronic health conditions
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Emotional Literacy
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Gender Differences
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Physiological Responses
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The Myth of Catharsis
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A Healthy Catharsis 1. The expression of anger must be cast in the direction of the provocation
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A Healthy Catharsis 2. The expression of anger must restore a sense of self-control
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A Healthy Catharsis 3. The expression of anger must change the behavior of the provoker or provide insight to create personal resolution
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A Healthy Catharsis 4. Anger must be expressed in understandable language
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A Healthy Catharsis 5. The expression of anger must not provoke retaliation
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Mismanaged Anger Styles 1. The Somatizer 2. The Self-Punisher 3. The Exploder 4. The Underhander
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The Somatizer
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course HSC 4104 taught by Professor Kellyrhoads during the Summer '11 term at FAU.

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