Using Mindfulness to Manage Anger

One of the best reasons for having a regular mindfulness practice is that you will be able to access calm when you need it – like when you’re on a long car ride with your kids and they’re in the back seat swatting each other and you’re about to blow your top. ¬†Or when a co-worker has just taken all the credit for a project you worked on.

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