From a therapeutic perspective, I try to work through all situations in the "healthiest" ways as possible with my clients. Learning and growing are very valuable, however, anger is not always necessary in order to learn and grow. With my clients, we try to deal with whatever we have be given in that moment. Fear and Anger are very strong emotions, and could be dangerous if not understood, but we can definitely learn and grow from them as well. Dialogue, reflection, accountability, compassion, and action are some ways to respond to Fear and Anger in more "healthy" ways.
Michelle Chong, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist