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Anger, Compassion, and What It Means To Be Strong | Russell Kolts | TEDxOlympia

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8 thoughts on “Anger, Compassion, and What It Means To Be Strong | Russell Kolts | TEDxOlympia

  1. Use anger to fuel your engine but don't let that fuel burn your engine.
    Use your anger as a motivation but do not be consumed by it

  2. My anger truly started because of having a shit father and getting beaten up in front of half my school, years of having that anger and it getting worse and worse caused me to end up away from everyone I love and losing my girlfriend, my friends and kind of one of my brothers. Over the years my anger turned me into someone I can't even recognise and also made me so sad and lost that I want to burn the world. Naive people think love is the most powerful emotion and cynical people think hate is but I think it's anger even love couldn't change my anger.

  3. Wow how brave is he. We have to talk like this all the time. Amazing. Thank you..

  4. Dr. Kolts has truly inspired me in my profession! Am amazing man with an amazing message!

  5. anger is rooted in control, control rooted in anxiety, anxiety rooted in fear. . fear the world around you is stronger than your internal centeredness'

  6. i can control my anger, but sadly i cant control my rage….

  7. General talk with no inspirational though.. Just another guy telling us stuff that we ruminate in our brains on a normal day under a whatever situation. Just copying from other with no personal study or known reference

  8. One of the best videos I've seen in a long time on anger and compassion. This man taught me more in 13 minutes then several sessions with a counselor has done. Amazing. Thank you, sir!

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