14th September 2022 10am-12pm
Anger is rarely what it seems. And it's not always bad. And when it shows up as unhealthy anger or as an outburst of anger, it is a representation of an amalgamation of unresolved hurts from the past, which often have nothing to do with the present issue. Which is why the size of the anger can seem out of proportion to the actual event. Join us as we unpick the layers of anger and separate todays anger from its history.