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Sixteen years ago, I moved to a quiet dead-end street. Imagine my dismay when I discovered that I lived near a teenage heavy metal band! As day turned to evening, my silent haven was interrupted by the sound of innocent drums and guitars being tortured!
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on May 8, 2013 at 7:35am — No Comments
"Idiots" are simply people like you and I who are struggling with unresolved personal issues ranging from low self-esteem to ego, insecurity to poor impulse control and more. While it is acceptable to regard the behavior as idiotic, it is never permissible to label the individual as such. People are inherently good but each of us at times acts out in an obnoxious or difficult…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on April 24, 2013 at 10:46am — No Comments
Aggressive behavior - many believe it is a sign of power, self-confidence, and courage. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Last week the country witnessed the termination of Rutgers University head basketball coach, Mike Rice. Video surfaced of his mean-spirited treatment of his…Continue
World renowned leader in mind/body/spirit medicine, Dr. Bernie Siegel, was my special guest on Anger 911 today. His knowledge about the connection between our mental, emotional, and physical heal is unsurpassed and documented by scientific evidence.
The mind/body connection can be…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on March 13, 2013 at 8:02pm — No Comments
My guest on my radio show, Dr. Erica Kosal, has been dealing with the devastating illness of her husband, Jim, for the past five years. Understandably, she has experienced a wide range of emotions including stress and anger. But this college professor and mother of two refused to allow those feelings to get the better of her. Instead, she relied on some age-old wisdom from her mother as well…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on February 27, 2013 at 11:52am — No Comments
Many of us allow others to treat us in ways that are uncomfortable, unhealthy or disrespectful. We remain silent rather than address our disdain for fear of retribution: what will happen if I speak up? Will I lose my job? Will my best friend get angry with me? Will my family choose to no longer speak to me? Will someone argue with me and tell me I'm wrong for feeling the way I do? There…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on January 23, 2013 at 1:37pm — No Comments
America, despite all of her current woes, still remains the greatest country in the world. One of our ultimate freedoms is the right to openly express ourselves without fear of retribution. Journalists, reporters and news broadcasters are all guaranteed protection under the Constitution.…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on January 17, 2013 at 7:19pm — No Comments
The recent tragedy in Newtown, CT, is one of unspeakable horror. The latest in what appears to be an alarming trend of mass murders in American communities is, in my mind, the most gruesome - due not only to the sheer numbers of lives lost but more significantly because of the tender ages of the smallest victims.…
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on December 27, 2012 at 12:40pm — No Comments
A recent email announcement sent to my entire database promoting my latest book, The Great Truth: Shattering Life's Most Insidious Lies That Sabotage Your Happiness Along With the Revelation of Life's Sole Purpose, prompted two angry responses. In both cases, the recipients took offense to my alleged claim that I have somehow miraculously uncovered a mysterious truth others are not privy to. The…Continue
I take full responsible for the recent "Frankenstorm" that ravaged the east coast, destroying homes and businesses, displacing millions of people, causing billions of dollars in damages, and more. I am fully aware of being careful of what you wish for and may have been irresponsible in a recent request. I've been under enormous pressure for more than a year and a half and desperately wanted a…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on November 7, 2012 at 1:19pm — No Comments
She's strikingly beautiful: tall, large oval-shaped eyes, full lips, dark flowing hair. Her exotic look could land her on the cover of any fashion magazine. Her personality perfectly suits her ample frame. She's outgoing and bubbly, intense and opinionated and I've enjoyed the two years she's spend…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on October 11, 2012 at 10:07am — No Comments
My special guest on today's show, Hannah Spivey, shared her painful story of being bullied as a child, the impact it had on her, and her journey towards healing.
A bully is defined as…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on October 3, 2012 at 2:38pm — No Comments
I have two acres of beautifully landscaped property with colorful gardens. In each, I’ve planted a wide array of flora: roses, tulips, chrysanthemums, geraniums, daisies, sweet Williams, peonies, and others whose names elude me. One day, while preparing dinner in the kitchen, I heard voices outside. I wasn’t expecting company or the UPS guy so I ventured outside to see who was there. No…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on September 29, 2012 at 11:03am — No Comments
“The sharpest sword is a word spoken in wrath.” (The Buddha).
A little boy, prone to anger, was told by his father, “Every time you’re angry, drive a nail in that wooden fence. When you’ve learned to control your anger, start removing them.” Six months later, the boy had removed every nail he had driven. Triumphant, he showed the fence to his father. The father…Continue
I’m not much for New Year’s resolutions; I don’t make them at all. People have good intentions and initially put forth a valiant effort. But we all know as January progresses enthusiasm wanes and efforts diminish. By February, most are chastising themselves for being failures and vowing to be more persistent next…Continue
Added by Janet Pfeiffer on January 7, 2012 at 12:37pm — No Comments
Added by Marshall Zale on November 11, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments
The source for all anger is our inability to control something or someone. Though we can influence the outcome of an event or the actions of another, very rarely can we ever control either. The idea of letting go of control might challenge one’s ego at first, as it’s very nature is self centered and needs it’s power from others.
Added by Marshall Zale on November 11, 2009 at 1:57pm — No Comments