I received an email and a phone call from two angry people who claimed they wanted to talk, but did not want to listen to the voice of reason. I always thought that a true conversation was a two-way communication and not a monolog.
I get it, at one time or another, everyone feels anger bubbling up. There's nothing wrong with that. Anger is common. It's a normal response when you sense a threat or a possible slight. I tried to address their concerns, but to no avail. So to them and all who feel angry.
20 Things to Do When You Feel Extremely Angry http://moreti.me/108OQfE
10 Life-Changing Facts About Anger http://gailbrenner.com/2012/01/10-life-changing-facts-about-anger/
5 Steps to Let Go of Anger So You Can Live a Happier Life http://tinybuddha.com/blog/5-steps-to-let-go-of-anger-for-a-happier-lif…