What ever happens to that person? How do they change? The change may take a week, a month or maybe even a year before their energy level drops and they get stuck.
Have you ever viewed your progress through Anger Management in this light? Think back to those first few sessions when you were eagerly and passionately committed to achieving your anger goals. Think about the visions you had of renewed relationships with loved ones experiencing less tension and stress. Consider the enthusiasm you had for learning new techniques for constructive conflict instead of destructive arguing.
Then, the burden of a new program and the steps involved begins to become noticeable. You might even have “fallen off the horse” with your anger a time or two. Suddenly those high hopes and visions start to fade and seem so far off and unattainable.
They don’t have to be though. It is possible to sustain your enthusiasm and commitment to the anger management principles daily. With a renewed commitment to your goals you can re-achieve that passion and drive to be successful. With this renewed focus you can then begin to enjoy a profound peace and contentment that places life’s frustrations and anger pitfalls in a more positive focus. You begin to again see how situations that once angered and disappointed you now can serve as tools to help you grow in patience, self-restraint and graciousness.
It’s almost like becoming that ”new guy” again. I challenge you to become that new guy once again.