Archive for: March, 2013

When one man breaks a clear agreement between two people you may expect some disagreement or anger. When this becomes magnified under the glare of competitiveness that is Formula One the intensity is multiplied. You can expect Mark Webber to be angry at his egotistical team mate but Vettel’s behaviour has elements of a…

I have spoken about this on radio recently and again, as the sentencing of both Vicky Pryce and her ex-husband Chris Huhne is imminent, it becomes a lesson in not letting anger take over. There is no doubt that Vicky has just cause be angry at Chris Huhne. Whatever anyone may think of politicians and their families, it…

I have been thinking this week about the balance of our work in the world of work and in personal relationships. The focus in the former is usually about how to achieve conflict resolution, how to deal with the stresses of corporate life, and how to manage the angry client or member of staff. Anger is taboo at work We…

I have been thinking recently about the ways in which we avoid emotions and feelings. One of the reasons for avoiding feelings is to cope with feeling vulnerable.  We live in a world where being happy and cheerful seems to be the primary goal, and this can be achieved, so the media tells us, by changing ourselves.   Br…