“Holding onto anger is like grasping onto a hot coal
with the intent of throwing it at someone else.”
Some years ago, a gentleman booked an appointment with me at the local wellness centre. At the time, first-time clients were required to fill out a short, confidential admission form. When I reviewed the paperwork, I realized that he had filled out little of it. As I ushered him into my treatment room, I could tell he was agitated. He reluctantly lowered himself into the large, black leather recliner and adjusted the position.
“You helped a friend of mine,” he said. “She told me to come see you.”
“Wonderful,” I replied. “I always appreciate referrals from friends.”
“I didn’t fill that out,&...
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