Set 1: Meaning
What anger means
The ideas you have about anger that you bring to this learning experience are an important starting point. Before continuing, complete the first journal entry. If you downloaded the journal, use that to record your comments. If you don’t have that copy, use the directions that follow here.
#1. Anger associations.
Take out your journal (or a blank sheet of paper) and have a watch or clock nearby. Write the word "anger" at the top of a page and list it as Journal Entry #1. Time yourself. In one minute write every word that comes to your mind when you think of anger. Write as fast as you can and try not to stop. If you run out of words to say, pause and relax and wait for something else to come to mind. When you have finished your list, then click on the first principle: Anger has a “bad” reputation
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