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7 Steps to Better Anger Management

From the Show: Wellness for Life
Summary: Anger affects us not only emotionally, but mentally and physically as well.
Air Date: 4/9/21
Duration: 22:10
Host: Susanne Bennett, DC
Guest Bio: Carol Barkes
Carol Barkes has an MBA in Conflict Management and Negotiation and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in peak performance psychology with an emphasis in Neuroscience and Conflict Management. Her approach to conflict is brain-based, so her information is fresh, relevant, and highly effective. She travels extensively and is available for interviews globally. She is also a conflict resolution expert, mediator, national speaker, educator, and best-selling author uniquely applying neuroscience to the fields of conflict resolution and negotiations.

While Carol is currently a lecturer at Boise State University, she has previously been a firefighter, entrepreneur, bank manager, and wine-bistro owner. Carol leverages a multitude of experiences to provide cutting-edge knowledge—all of which helps people move beyond conflict faster, easier, and with fewer re-occurrences. Because of her diverse background, she can naturally connect with a wide variety of audiences.


  • Book Title: SUCCESS BREAKTHROUGHS by Jack Canfield and Carol Barkes
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/Carol-Barkes-383369022126236/
7 Steps to Better Anger Management
Anger affects us not only emotionally, but mentally and physically as well. Anger triggers the body's fight or flight response, stimulating the adrenals to flood the body with stress hormones. But studies show a barrage of stress chemicals can eventually cause health problems like skin and gut problems, as well as many more.

Carol Barkes has an MBA in Conflict Management and Negotiation and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in peak performance psychology with an emphasis in Neuroscience and Conflict Management. Her approach to conflict is brain-based, so her information is fresh, relevant, and highly effective.

She joins us to talk about her 7 steps to anger management, including exploring the root of your anger, reframing your thoughts, creating your own CRAP board, and limiting your exposure to negative things that you cannot control.