Tag Archives: Anger

Maybe Mickel Therapy Isn't Complete Bullshit After All

I had a go at Mickel Therapy a couple of years ago, but gave up because: I had difficulty identifying the onset of any particular symptom, which is key to the process. My symptoms remained pretty much constant, aside from … Continue reading

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Feeling Angry

I've been feeling really angry lately. I wake up with it, and it's like a default state that I fall back to when I'm not engaged in anything. I'm not consciously aware of being angry about anything in particular; of … Continue reading

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Goddam it, I'm angry!!!

Today's bout of anger and rage is brought to you by my recent recovery from the flu, which took just on two weeks to get over. Why should recovering from the flu make me angry, you might ask? Because I … Continue reading

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Update on Mickel Therapy progress

It's been a while since I've posted, so I thought it was time for an update. It's a bit over two months since I started Mickel Therapy, and I feel really ambivalent about the whole thing. On the down side, … Continue reading

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Getting Some Holistic Healing

Last week I decided to visit a holistic healer who I met when I attended a workshop he ran on Men, Power and Sex. I was attracted to him because he's a guy, but unlike some of the male healer/counsellor/therapists … Continue reading

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Fear

I went out to lunch today with a friend I used to work with, about 10 years ago. I hadn't seen him since falling ill, and it was good to catch up again... even though my story wasn't as enlightened … Continue reading

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Self Acceptance, Emotional Truth, & How to Argue

While reading the introduction to Social Intelligence last night, it occurred to me that if the way I handle emotions is just a function of the way my brain is wired, plus my social conditioning, then what possible reason should … Continue reading

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