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Anger management

Postby ocious » 29 Jan 2012, 12:53

My fiancé has an anger problem. Does anyone know about any anger management courses in Taipei, preferably from a western educated counselor? Or can anyone recommend a western educated psychologist/counselor?
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Re: Anger management

Postby baberenglish » 29 Jan 2012, 18:28

This one a lot of foreigners use in Taipei. This is just a clip of the full version. The doctor's full intro video can be found using the key words 'anger management'.
There are two women in the full video that set an example for all. Maybe you could supervise a session with them.
Please keep a straight face when watching, you don't want to upset the little filly.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kmv3WlKa6U8
If you have figured out your fiance has anger problems, best to figure something out now, rather than later.
A famous poet from the UK, Bruce Dickinson, once wrote
"run for the hills, run for your life".
Put a little something in her morning coffee perhaps?
But then again, don't women in general fly off the coup sometimes?
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Re: Anger management

Postby NonTocareLeTete » 29 Jan 2012, 18:37

baberenglish wrote:This one a lot of foreigners use in Taipei. This is just a clip of the full version. The doctor's full intro video can be found using the key words 'anger management'.
There are two women in the full video that set an example for all. Maybe you could supervise a session with them.
Please keep a straight face when watching, you don't want to upset the little filly.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kmv3WlKa6U8
If you have figured out your fiance has anger problems, best to figure something out now, rather than later.
A famous poet from the UK, Bruce Dickinson, once wrote
"run for the hills, run for your life".
Put a little something in her morning coffee perhaps?
But then again, don't people in general fly off the coup sometimes?

fixed it for ya, free of charge.
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Re: Anger management

Postby zender » 29 Jan 2012, 18:39

Maybe he can get some help at the Community Services Center or at least get a referral.
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Re: Anger management

Postby tcm.sifu » 07 Mar 2012, 00:04

I am a mental health practitioner in Taipei, and anger management is one of my specialties, I will be more than happy to offer him appropriate intervention.
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Re: Anger management

Postby TainanCowboy » 07 Mar 2012, 06:35

But then again, don't women in general fly off the coup sometimes?

Monthly.
They don't like to be disturbed while they are receiving programing updates from their home planet.
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Re: Anger management

Postby jdsmith » 07 Mar 2012, 07:21

tcm.sifu wrote:I am a mental health practitioner in Taipei, and anger management is one of my specialties, I will be more than happy to offer him appropriate intervention.

:bravo: Nice.
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Re: Anger management

Postby ksidnas » 06 Aug 2012, 16:01

Exactly what does she do in anger? Throw things? Verbal insults?
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Re: Anger management

Postby archylgp » 06 Aug 2012, 16:08

baberenglish wrote:"run for the hills, run for your life".


Back to the village, again to the village, back to the village again.
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Re: Anger management

Postby milkalex » 06 Aug 2012, 16:51

anger management - what for? Just do what she says! :roflmao:
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