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    Along with other members of ICF-SF Bay Area Coaches, I recently had the honor to provide Spotlight Coaching sessions to attendees of the Watermark Lead On Silicon Valley Conference for Women. Many of the women wanted help with taking the next step in their career. They were all clearly smart, [...]

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    Continued from Part 2... If you aren’t able to directly express your anger, it's important to not hold onto it. Write it out, express it in meditation, talk it out with a friend, or do something creative with it. Just don’t repress it. Repressed, or stuffed, anger causes all kinds of [...]

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    Continued from Part 1... How to Manage Your Anger Let’s look at the steps you can take to effectively get angry in a healthy way: Get to know your body’s experience of anger. Your body doesn’t necessarily know if your life is in danger, it just feels some sense of threat. Anger [...]

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    The Anger Myth One of the most misunderstood emotion in society is anger. I have had more than one client come to me because they were afraid of ‘losing it’ at work, and thus losing their job. They were very angry at circumstances in their workplace, but had no idea how to handle it. They [...]

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    “I realize that if I wait until I am no longer afraid to act, write, speak, be, I'll be sending messages on a Ouija board, cryptic complaints from the other side.” - Audrey Lorde, poet Fear is a mistrusted and unappreciated emotion in modern society. It is something to be conquered or [...]

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