Anger and Unresolved Trauma

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Chronic constant anger and irritation in your body is a sign that you are holding unresolved trauma in your nervous system.

Anger is our biological signal that we feel violated or neglected in a violating way. This experience when unresolved leads our nervous system to snap constantly in response to stimuli regardless of its severity.

The cure? Process those unresolved stories and find safe places to feel the grief and powerlessness inherent in them.


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