Childhood PTSD and ANGER: Is it Ever a GOOD Thing?

Anger is natural when we visit past experiences of abuse and neglect during childhood! We are encouraged in some modes of healing to “feel our feelings” and vent the anger. And it’s true, anger is a step up from self-hatred and depression. But when we amp up the anger, is it genuinely relieving our emotional wounds or is it making them worse?

In this video I talk about the role of anger in recovery — when it’s healthy, and when it can become traumatizing (and hurtful to others) in its own right.

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