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All of Me: Balancing the Aspects of Self

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Written By Lane Gormley, EdS, LPC, NCC

Being Human
Many years ago, one of my spiritual teachers told me (simplistically, I thought) that a human being is like a tricycle. The three wheels are the physical, cognitive, and emotional selves. Optimally, according to that teacher, there is also a spiritual self that is the driver of the vehicle.

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Wily Coyote and the ACME Corporation: The Dynamics of Anger

Written by Lane Gormley, EdS, LPC, BCC, DCC

One Kind of Anger
Some of us have watched the situation play out in front of our eyes for a lifetime – the continual and unsuccessful attempts of Wily E. Coyote to blow up the Roadrunner. This was one of my favorite cartoons as a child, and I still like it today. After all these years, it makes me laugh. In addition to its comic value, though, I think that it demonstrates some valuable points about the destructive side of anger. If we make destructive anger explicit, it could help us to understand our own anger or potential for anger. It might even permit us to harness its force as an agent for good in our lives. Here are some ideas about destructive anger as illustrated by Wily Coyote:

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