“Something happens and you take it personally and get upset; something happens, you don’t take it personally and you don’t get upset. That’s 25 years worth of therapy in a sentence.”
That one liner might be worth its weight in counseling fees, and you can hear it in the middle of the interview between psychologist Dr. David Lieberman (author of Never Get Angry Again) and podcaster Brett McKay (of AOM and The Strenuous Life). The exchange is insightful, for those of us who could use a little more self-reflection on that very natural tendency of wrath.
Hope you enjoy!