Angry vs. disappointed

Hi everyone,

Its kind of funny how you learn and figure your self out in therapy. I have noticed that I have grow up knowing only anger and I'm trying and or working on "I'm disappointed" instead of "I'm angry" or other vulgar language And it seems very weird for me to say I'm disappointed. Anyway I thought that I would share that. :D

David Baxter PhD

Late Founder
That's a very good point. It not only makes a difference for whoever you're saying it too - it also makes a difference to you and how you feel.

It's like saying "I don't like what you just said or did" instead of saying (and/or thinking) "I don't like you".
as time goes by Im really understand my self and why I am the way Iam. I guess thats what you'd say

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