Category: Anger

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Importance of Reviewing Boundaries

Did your Boundary work? In the last of this boundary series, Kent Darcie discusses the importance of reviewing the effectiveness […]

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ADP 036 Navigating Holidays with Divorced Parents-Interview

Holidays can feel like they’re more hassle than they’re worth, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Leslie Nunnery […]

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So It’s Time to Divorce

Marriage is hard, but you never thought it would be this hard. One day the lightbulb goes off. “Now I […]

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It’s Ok NOT to be OK!

Counselor and author Kent Darcie discusses how parental divorce can create situations that mess with our brains. The problem is […]

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One Reason Adults with Divorced Parents Keep Secrets

Counselor and author Kent Darcie discusses how children of divorce’s need to keep secrets in childhood can lead to keeping […]

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The Anger Monster

Counselor and author Kent Darcie discusses the importance of addressing anger in adults with divorced parents

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The GIFT in Anger

Unresolved anger is often tops the lists of issues that affect adults with divorced parents. While anger is rarely considered […]

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Rodeos, Anger, and Adult Children of Divorce

I’ve attended my first rodeo! For you urbanites and millennials, a rodeo is like an old country fair on steroids. […]

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Easter, Anger, and Adult Children of Divorce

Though the peeps and bunnies are gone, I keep thinking about a movie I saw Easter Sunday. Normally Charlton Heston […]

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The Many Faces of Anger (Part 1)

Years ago, a public service announcement on television warned that high blood pressure was “the silent killer.” For adult children […]