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Dr. John was honored and humbled to be included extensively in an article on anger and health in U.S. News and World Report by Michael Schroeder. Here is a link to the article on the U.S. News site… https://health.usnews.com/wellness/mind/articles/2017-10-26/the-physical-and-mental-toll-of-being-angry-all-the-time Here are some snippets from the article… “Anger, like experiencing anxiety or stress, can serve a […]
By Dr. John Schinnerer Guide To Self.com How do you best deal with your anger? And what happens when those methods don’t work? Some of the traditional tools for processing anger include exercise, yoga, mindfulness or breathing deeply. These are classic tools to deal with anger. But what about when you are becoming angry with […]
Dr. John Schinnerer GuideToSelf.com. WebAngerManagement.com My parents were really big on academics. I learned to do well in school as a child in an attempt to make my parents proud. Along the way, I learned to think. I became very good at thinking. By the 7th grade, I could pick apart a play, a movie […]
Frequent Anger and Stress Damage Your Heart So We Must Learn Methods to Manage Them I recently received this email from a man in my online anger management class… ‘Dear Dr. John: Your online anger management class has been extremely helpful to me. The tools you teach are working. My family has seen a big change in my anger. I’m calmer and […]
Clients frequently ask me about the daily habits of successful C-level executives. “What skills can I learn to be more productive and happy?”, they ask. So, based on 20 years of coaching top executives and intellectuals, here is my list of the most compelling habits for success, resiliency and happiness in the New Year… Practice Gratitude. Resilient people […]
Most people would agree angry employees are bad for business. But why? A new study from UA’s Eller College of Management reports that angry workers are more likely to behave unethically more often. While guilty workers tend to act more ethically. So when hiring new employees, be sure to assess their tendencies towards anger versus the level of guilt they feel. […]
By Dr. John Schinnerer Don’t you love comedy? I love stand-up comedy. There are few better feelings than laughing until your sides ache. My appreciation for improv has grown over the past several years, especially after seeing live improv at the local high school. I was impressed with how often I laughed at the students on stage […]