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|Excerpt from the book Finding Your Soul in the Spirituality Maze: "An example of less-obvious trauma is next. A parent who considers anger at the parent to be unacceptable will not permit such anger by the child. The child recognizes this lack of acceptance of anger, usually consciously, but often unconsciously. To avoid the pain of parental disapproval the child will, usually unconsciously, stuff anger at that parent and pretend it doesn't exist. (Those of us who chose 100% opposition have a different set of problems to overcome.) In response to the parental pressure not to express the anger, that child may choose one or more of the following performance strategies: give up all anger at everyone, be critical of others' anger, get angry with a younger sibling, be weepy or depressed, or displace rage on to favorite discrimination targets like classmates who are nerds or who have a different skin color. Later, targets might be politicians, gays or African-Americans. Please note how one simple-to-describe problem, denied anger at a parent, may result in a multiplicity of possible symptoms." Continued here - free read.||
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