Date: Tuesday 5th May
Time: 12:00 - 13:30
Room: York Suite

Through a very personal case study, this presentation will explore the counterintuitive joy of rage. It will examine anger as a by-product of dysfunctional attachment and as a trauma response. We will discuss early behavioural issues that act as red flags for an anger addiction. It will also explore anger as a more global social pandemic. We will see how anger is spreading across mediums such as social media and investigate the psychological impact fear-inducing headlines can have on us. We will also learn how the media manipulates our anger and how, in this age of increasing ego-vulnerability, we perceive threats everywhere - some which are real, and others which are made up. Anger then becomes the shield with which we protect and arm ourselves.

Learning Objectives:

1. Delegates will learn strategies and skills for managing anger.
2. Attendees will learn where we can implement personal strategies, globally.
3. Attendees will gain a better understanding of media manipulation and how to distinguish between the truth and the lies.

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4-6 May 2020