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Clinton – How do you handle anger?

Clinton – How do you handle anger?

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Unfortunately, I do internalize a great deal, and so that probably is not the most healthy. I recognize that physical work, working out, doing things that exert energy help process that. At the same time, talking to other people, having resources to ... Show More

Unfortunately, I do internalize a great deal, and so that probably is not the most healthy. I recognize that physical work, working out, doing things that exert energy help process that. At the same time, talking to other people, having resources to go to that have been further down the path, I think, has been really very, very helpful. And even asking people point blank, you know, “do you still get angry?” And hearing that “yeah, sometimes, sometimes things are still frustrating.” But at the same time, recognizing that if I go to work in the morning, and things go well, and I come home, and have dinner with my family, I mean we have a great day. It’s a great day whether I’m in the chair or I’m not, it’s still a great day. At the same time, things don’t go so well, it’s a bad day and the next one should be better. And so, you know, kind of keep things in perspective that way really helps manage the anger issues that probably reside within everybody.

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Clinton – How do you handle anger?

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Injured in 2005 at age 35, paraplegic
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Unfortunately, I do internalize a great deal, and so that probably is not the most healthy. I recognize that physical work, working out, doing things that exert energy help process that. At the same time, talking to other people, having resources to go to that have been further down the path, I think, has been really very, very helpful. And even asking people point blank, you know, “do you still get angry?” And hearing that “yeah, sometimes, sometimes things are still frustrating.” But at the same time, recognizing that if I go to work in the morning, and things go well, and I come home, and have dinner with my family, I mean we have a great day. It’s a great day whether I’m in the chair or I’m not, it’s still a great day. At the same time, things don’t go so well, it’s a bad day and the next one should be better. And so, you know, kind of keep things in perspective that way really helps manage the anger issues that probably reside within everybody.

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