Today’s question is simple but has a lot of depth to it. A reader asks: How do you manage angry family members when you’ve had a setback? In her answer, Annie Grace explains her process for achieving the outcome you desire, shares the five stages of feeling an emotion, and describes a gutsy move to help manage the relationship moving forward.
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Highlights of Managing Family and Emotions
- desired outcomes
- protection or trust
- mutual goals
- 5 stages of emotions
- dealing with setbacks
There’s more advice on everything from managing family and emotions to alcohol setbacks in This Naked Mind. Read the first 40 pages for free now!
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