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Since I despise G‑d, how can I go to services? And am I still obligated to fast on Yom Kippur?
Dealing with angry kids is exhausting, embarrassing and nerve wracking. You need an entire set of strategies to deal with their rage without losing your marbles or your character in the process.
or are we supposed to simply accept that everything He send our way is for the good
Why one should never get angry.
My Thoughts on Anger
My scary drive in a car that was overheating
How to Avoid Anger
The Rules of Engagement
What to Do When You Get Angry
Discover the tools for positive communication in times of anger or distress when you want to rebuke another. For the key to a successful relationship is to learn how to disagree.
There is no question that during fits of temper one can take leave of his senses and do stupid, even violent, things. But how is it equivalent to idolatry, which denies the oneness of G-d?
An inspiring, transformational antidote to anger.
At first, the outbursts were mild and far apart. Even now there are stretches where we get along quite well, until something provokes him and he explodes.
I don't want to pass the pain on to my kids. I want them to have love and closeness with me and with others. But I see that as much as my revealed love for them is in the home, my hidden hatred of myself creates a stinging bubble around me that fills the ...
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