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Anger Management for Women: Easy Ways to Cope with Anger
News Posted On Nov 01, 2022

Anger Management for Women: Easy Ways to Cope with Anger

Is anger good or bad? Why am I so angry? What causes my anger? How can I manage my anger? In this blog post, you’ll learn what causes anger and how our Women and Anger class can support you in managing your anger. Is anger good or bad? Anger is neither…

Finding Your Voice: Understanding Anger for Youth Class
News Posted On Sep 01, 2022

Finding Your Voice: Understanding Anger for Youth Class

Raising a teenager can be hard, but being a teenager can be hard, too. Youth are beginning to explore who they are as individuals and find their voices. Sometimes these voices can be loud, harsh, and full of anger. This anger makes it difficult for the…

Zane's Story
News Posted On Jun 13, 2022

Zane's Story

Zane had experienced many traumatic events before walking into their first day of junior high. Among bouncing around from school to school, Zane had a front-row seat to addiction, dangerous behavior, and emotional abuse. Due to these experiences, Zane…

3 Tips For Parenting A Teen with Anger
News Posted On Apr 01, 2022

3 Tips For Parenting A Teen with Anger

The teenage years can be challenging for most parents and guardians. Your teenager is figuring out how to be an adult and enjoying childhood at the same time. They can be moody, unpredictable, and adventurous. It is a lot to take in for your youth and…

Managing Anger Constructively
News Posted On Oct 31, 2018

Managing Anger Constructively

Emotions like anger do not just go away on their own. We can no more stop feeling angry than we can stop feeling love or affection. Some people turn anger against themselves by eating or drinking, some people turn it against others verbally or physically,…

The Family Centre acknowledges that we are on Treaty 6 territory, a traditional meeting ground, gathering place, and traveling route for the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis, Dene, and Nakota Sioux. We acknowledge all the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.

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