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The Violence Cycle

The anger, abuse and violence cycle goes something like this:

Anger Management Strategies

It is up to you to de-escalate the anger disorder and abuse cycle dynamics. Use simple anger management techniques to stay balanced and reasonable, such as -

  1. Stop blaming others.
  2. Accept your angry feeling as an emotion telling you that something is wrong.
  3. Use self control early on. 
  4. Use calming techniques when you feel your anger begin to escalate.
  5. Using violence, abusive language or threats are unacceptable.
  6. Take a time out.
  7. Consider the consequence of your actions, both now and later.
  8. Be honest.
  9. Be specific on what you feel the real problem is.
  10. Don’t get into a power struggle and maintain dignity for everyone.
    Be fair and generous. Deep listening works wonders.

Meridian Tapping (EFT) is mother technique that you can learn and employ when you need it most.  With awareness and practice, you have a variety of strategies and tools to use in order to keep your emotions from taking over.

With awareness and effort, you can change patterns that may have been in your family for generations. You do have a choice. Helena Green is a Master Therapeutic Counsellor with the Crime Victim Assistance Program,under British Columbia's Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, Victim Services and Crime Prevention Division. Counselling for the Health of It is equipped to give you the support in creating stability, calm, respect and care in your relationship. The first step is for you to take now.

Deep listening. Clarity. Sustainable Solutions.


Helena Green, BA EFTCP CCIP MRP MPCC

Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling

Certified Energy & Somatic Psychology
(EFT & Matrix Re-imprinting) Practitioner

Certified Compassionate Inquiry Practitioner

phone:(403) 986-0106
email: helenagreen@shaw.ca

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Red Deer, Alberta

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