It is only natural to feel angry because of your cancer diagnosis. Anger is an intense emotional state that often stems from a strong uncomfortable or non-cooperative response to potential or real hurt or threat. Each of us show our anger differently, showing up as passive aggression, open aggression or assertive anger. It is important to remember that anger is a secondary emotion, it is a response to a primary emotion, such as fear, loss or sadness.
This session focuses on healthy and positive ways to cope with anger to make living with cancer less consuming over the body and mind.