"Any person capable of angering you becomes your master; he can anger you only when you permit yourself to be disturbed by him."

*Epictetus {50-138 Phrygian Philosopher}

"At the core of all anger is a need that is not being fulfilled."

- Marshall B. Rosenberg

"Anger is that powerful internal force that can blow out the light of reason."

"Everything you want is waiting on the other side of fear."

- Sarah Chappell, M.A.

"If you let your fear of consequence prevent you from following your deepest instinct,
your life will be safe, expedient and thin."

- Katharine Butler Hathaway {American Author}

"COURAGE is resistance to fear, mastery of fear - not absence of fear."

- Mark Twain (1835 - 1910)

A Teaching Guide:  Handling EmotionsThis site tries to teach teens how to deal with their emotions, peer pressures, respecting others, etc.  They have a dozen or so videos, discussion materials and more.Their suggestions for handling your emotions:•  Be honest with yourself.
•  Talk to somebody about your feelings.
•  Don't ignore your emotions, they are telling you something.
•  If you are having an unpleasant feeling, think of something you can do that will help, and then do it.

"Money cannot fill an empty soul."

-- Julia Cameron & Mark Bryan

"Both abundance and lack exist simultaneously in our lives, as parallel realities. It is always our conscious choice which secret garden we will tend... when we choose not to focus on what is missing from our lives but are grateful for the abundance that’s present -- love, health, family, friends, work, the joys of nature and personal pursuits that bring us pleasure -- the wasteland of illusion falls away and we experience Heaven on earth."

Here's an eBook on the "7 Steps to a Depression Free Life - A Self-Help Guide".
Gillian says:

The 4 Steps to Creating Happiness -- K.A.E.R.

8 Strategies for Bouncing Back from Job Loss
Here's a good article on dealing with your feelings after losing your job.  Outline

"It's surprising how many persons go through life without ever recognizing that their feelings toward other people are largely determined by their feelings toward themselves, and if you're not comfortable within yourself, you can't be comfortable with others."

- Sydney J. Harris

Study tracks people's daily emotions
"It found that in general, people in the group woke up a little grumpy but soon entered a state of mild pleasure that increased by degrees through the day, punctuated by occasional bouts of anxiety, frustration and anger.
Predictably, the researchers found that commuting to work, housework and facing a boss rated as the least pleasant activities, while sex, socializing with friends and relaxing were most enjoyable."
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