Holidays can be a joyous time of year filled with cheerful music, wonderful food, gift-giving, and family.
It’s the family part of the equation that can sometimes be risky. You can get over receiving an ugly tie as a gift…but a heated argument with Aunt Sadie might not be so easy.
Family gatherings CAN be a wonderful part of holiday traditions but they can also be heated, uncomfortable and filled with tension. What if…you’re the problem?
Can YOU make peace with your own anger for a more harmonious Christmas? The answer is…yes. We chatted with a man who did exactly that. Meet Tom Corner, author of the book Borrowed Eyes and Feet: Finding Enlightenment After Rage. Tom carried anger with him for a while and that anger manifested itself in very self-destructive ways. That is until he had a break through. Listen to find out how Tom broke through the anger, made peace with himself, and contributed to more harmonious family gatherings.
To learn more about Tom, his book, and his motivational speaking…visit Tom Corner.net. (We’ll have a link to his sit in the show notes at joeblee.com) Music that you’re listening to is Ride Out by Audiobinger under creative commons non-commercial use license.