Cómo Controlar el Enojo (Controlling Anger)

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Autor: David Powlison


Responder de Manera Constructiva Cuando la Vida Se Derrumba

¿Qué le hace enojar? A veces son cosas pequeñas: atascos de tráfico, un error de camarero, o la falta de atención de un amigo. Y a veces son cosas grandes: la traición, la injusticia, la mala intención, la violencia, la opresión, el egoísmo y la mentira. ¿Cómo lidiar con su enojo? ¿Lo tira a los que le rodean? ¿Lo mete dentro de sí mismo? Aprenda las cinco preguntas para preguntarse a sí mismo que le ayudarán a expresar su enojo cómo Dios espera en las situaciones difíciles y las relaciones que usted enfrenta todos los días.


Responding Constructively When Life Goes Wrong

What makes you angry? Sometimes it’s small things: traffic jams, a waiter’s mistake, or a friend’s inattention. And sometimes it’s big things: betrayal, injustice, meanness, violence, oppression, selfishness, and lying. How do you deal with your anger? Do you dump it on those around you? Or stuff it deep inside? 

David Powlison surprises us with the news that God is angry too, but his anger is expressed constructively, by giving his own Son to right what’s wrong with this world. Learn the five questions to ask yourself that will help you express your anger God’s way in the difficult situations and relationships you face every day.

About the author:

David Powlison, M.Div., Ph.D. In addition to serving as CCEF's Executive Director, David is a faculty member at CCEF as well as the Senior Editor of the Journal of Biblical Counseling. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an M.Div. degree from Westminster Theological Seminary. David has been counseling for over thirty years. He has written numerous articles on biblical counseling and on the relationship between faith and psychology. His books include Speaking Truth in Love; Seeing with New Eyes; Power Encounters: Reclaiming Spiritual Warfare; and The Biblical Counseling Movement: History and Context. David has taught across the United States and in Korea, India, Brazil, Europe, and Sri Lanka.