Breaking The Anger Habit
NEW YORK (WLNY) — Whether it’s traffic during the morning commute, a rough start to your day at home or an irritation co-worker, there are a lot of things can steal our joy on a daily basis.
But you may be surprised at who is to blame for our anger.
Spiritual leader and professor Robert Thurman joined us to give us some tips on how to keep circumstances from upsetting us and increase our happiness. He is the author of “Love Your Enemies: How To Break The Anger Habit And Be A Whole Lot Happier.”
In the book, Thurman says hatred becomes addictive
“The inner enemy is one’s own mind, speaking to one in one’s own voice, so it’s a very tricky one,” he said.
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