David Whyte on Anger

We’ve posted this before, and it stands revisiting….

The writer experiences anger as a widely misunderstood and excluded emotion, personally and culturally – which responses arise from fear, as David recognizes….. She is interested in the idea of anger as a form of care, engagement and aliveness:-

‘..the essential living flame of being fully alive and fully here’.

Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter

Counselling Exeter since 1994

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