“My dearest anger!"
That's how Barbara Rogers begins her wonderful article about anger. She shows us how to embrace our anger as a wonderful gift, a rare and honest insight into the abuses, narcissistic or otherwise, suffered at the hands of our parents.
Reprinted by permission, please enjoy "A Love Letter to My Anger" by Barbara Rogers.
“A Love Letter to My Anger” by Barbara Rogers (Pt 1)
“A Love Letter to My Anger” by Barbara Rogers (Pt 2)
“A Love Letter to My Anger” by Barbara Rogers (Pt 3)
“A Love Letter to My Anger” by Barbara Rogers (Pt 4)
“A Love Letter to My Anger” by Barbara Rogers (Pt 5 of 5)
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