All posts in " anger "

Anger repressed

By Dave Henning / July 19, 2016

“Anger repressed can poison a relationship as surely as the cruelest words.”- Dr. Joyce Brothers “Anger was designed to be a visitor, never a resident, in the human heart.”- Dr. Gary Chapman Dr. Gary Chapman begins Chapter 6 (“Explosions and Implosions”) of Anger by noting that “implosive anger can be as damaging as explosive expressions of […]


Human anger

By Dave Henning / July 11, 2016

” . . . I believe that human anger is designed by God to motivate us to take constructive action in the face of wrongdoing or when facing injustice.”- Dr. Gary Chapman “A man is about as big as the things that make him angry.”- Winston Churchill In Chapter 2 of Anger (“When Anger Can […]


Processing our anger

By Dave Henning / July 8, 2016

“All of us can learn much about processing our anger more effectively.”- Gary Chapman Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages originally wrote Anger: Taming a Powerful Emotion in 1999.  Previous title-  The Other Side of Love.  In the Introduction (“Our Angry World”) of Anger, Mr. Chapman clearly states that many of us have issues […]


Anger toward God

By Dave Henning / April 25, 2015

As Sara Horn continues Chapter 9 of How Can I Possibly Forgive?, she points out that the mistake we make in getting angry with God is that He is our only true source for receiving he help and peace we need.  We are implicitly saying that God is worse for us than better, that He […]


Seasons of rumble

By Dave Henning / April 4, 2015

In Chapter 3 (“In Seasons of Rumble”) of How Can I Possibly Forgive?, author Sara Horn notes that when rainstorms occur in Louisiana, the rumble of thunder miles away can go on and on for a long time.  While the rumble of thunder is subdued, you definitely know it is there.  The sound keeps going, […]

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