Articles About "Anger"
A Certain Quest
I seek my natural mother (though she's very hard to find) there are traces of her everywhere, (but they reside, in people's minds). I have found my long lost siblings, and peered (gently) at their souls, are there traces of her there, in these casts from her mould? Or is there something I have...
GROWING CONCERNS: A childrearing question-and-answer column with Martha Erickson of the University of Minnesota. Question: We were visiting my cousin's family in another city over the weekend, and when we got home we discovered that our five-year-old son had brought home a toy that belongs to... 7 Steps to Emotional Maturity
1. Eliminate Magical Thinking Magical thinking is believing that something will happen without any real effort on your part. This is normal thinking in children, but self defeating in adults. People often can get stuck in magical thinking if a significant event happened to reinforce it in... When You Get Lemons, Make Lemonade
My husband talked the other day with a teen that was just expelled from school. He, along with two friends, hacked into the school computer, just to show them it could be done. They did cause a lot of disruption and damage and should be punished, but why expulsion? Don't get me wrong, I believe in...
"Anger" in the News
Anger Disorders May Be Linked to Inflammation
For some people, violent behavior and anger may be linked with inflammation in their bodies, a new study finds. The researchers measured markers of inflammation in the blood of 70 people diagnosed with intermittent explosive disorder (IED), a condition that involves repeated episodes of impulsive... Anger grows over India envoy's arrest
AS TENSIONS MOUNT between the US and India over the arrest and strip-search of Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, India's foreign minister is demanding that the US drop its case against the envoy. VIDEO: Indian government furious over diplomat's strip-search VIDEO: India protests arrest,... Aspirin Could Be A 'Cure' For Short Tempers, Says Study
Inflammation has been linked to uncontrollable temper, raising the prospect of treating anger with common drugs such as aspirin. Markers of systemic inflammation, caused by an amplified immune response, are associated with a psychiatric condition called "intermittent explosive disorder",... Anger within industry over EU fish deal
"Anger" in the Adoption Blogs
After Finding the Name
November 7, 2013, 9:14 am
In the days before computers, all non-identifying information was typewritten. Identifying information was blacked out with marker and for extra measure, a layer of 'white-out', used to correct typewriter errors, was brushed over top of that. But my paperwork had been managed incorrectly. In... TRA Gratitude Project: Days 4 - 7 (Belated)
November 11, 2013, 7:43 am
To catch up on the Gratitude Project, I will cover a few days at a time. I must admit that using micro-blogging sites like Twitter and Facebook makes it easy to pop up a gratitude statement each day. However, I'm hoping that you are returning here, dear readers, for the explanations WHY I'm... One Name Saves the Day: Making Contact
November 21, 2013, 10:29 am
There was no doubt that finding my birthmotherís name was a miracle. (Scroll to the bottom of the page to link to Ďcatch-upí posts.) † Now it was time to start making calls. We had a good list based upon her maiden name and the hope that at least one of her brothers still lived in her hometown....
"Anger" in the Adoption Forums
November 23, 2013, 11:27 am
My little guy's permanency hearing is in a few weeks. What are your predictions?
DYFS is saying they will recommend goal change to adoption. Dad doesn't have adequate housing and has not completed (or even begun) a big component of his case plan. Mom is homeless and has no job plus has cognitive...
In on the Choice
November 25, 2013, 7:03 pm
What is it like to be "in on the choice" as an adoptee? this is such an interesting question, Katherine, and one that I have thought a lot about.
I was adopted by my Grandfather and his second wife when I ten years old, and it was presented to me as My choice. My sister and I were living with...
Rethinking the angry adoptee
December 9, 2013, 12:35 pm
I know this is the AP section but I thought this was interesting and that other APs might like to hear this [URL="http://redthreadbroken.wordpress.com/2013/10/18/rethinking-the-angry-adoptee/"]perspective[/URL].
From the article:
"The truth is that Iím not angry I was adopted. I canít say how...
Change in plan?
November 22, 2013, 12:39 pm
I know this may sound naive BUT I'm wondering if the parents plan can be changed after it's been signed by everyone and the judge has ordered it?
For example: Say rehab for both parties has been included in the their plan along with parenting classes and anger management classes. Now let's say...
Stories About "Anger"
Are You Looking At Me?
It was a mini-reunion away from China. Recently, my husband Ed, our daughter Sarah Zheng-Kang and I had supper together at Betty's Restaurant in Blue Springs, Mo. Our dear friends, Dale and Janice... I Still Love Them
The last time I personally saw my sons in 1991, when I was asked to sign papers to get my boys returned home, or so I was told. But it wasn't, so CSD lied to me to get me to sign adoption papers... It is Never Too Late!
Sitting in the adoption agency five years ago I heard the words, "There is no such thing as an open adoption." My brain registered the words coming from the mouth of yet another new...
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