It’s so easy to let ourselves get angry when someone does or says something unfair, unreasonable, unkind, unjust, or inconsiderate, or disrespectful. And, even though we may be justified in said anger, we have to ask ourselves whether it’s worth letting ourselves disrupt our own peace with someone else’s words or actions. We can address someone else’s actions without letting ourselves get upset and reactive, and that requires us to take a step back and reflect on what we’re letting ourselves get upset about, and how we want to address it (or not) in a mindful, intentional, clean, clear and classy way. We go into all of this in this talk on Anger Management and I also teach you some simple anger management skills.