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Rage and Anger
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Dr. Sarno's theory can be stated simply: Most muscular/ skeletel pain is usually the result of early infantile and childhood trauma which has been repressed. The emotion involved is invariably
that of profound anger and rage. Our mind plays tricks and confuses us into focusing
our attention on physical pain while the real problem is in our not facing
and uncovering our repressed emotions, particular deep rage.
-- John E. Sarno, M.D., The Mind/Body Prescription
These articles have varying amounts of references to repressed anger and its relationship to trauma.
- Million Dollar Baby - A Fantasy Movie Review - Clint Eastwood, Hilary Swank, Morgan Freeman 2004 - reviewed by John A. Speyrer
- Anger Related to Pre-Conception, Conception and the Pre and Perinatal Period by Shirley A Ward, Med. DipEd.
- The Price We Pay for Shaming Little Boys by Mary Armstrong, M.S.W.
- The Biology of Emotions: Self-Help for Anxiety and Depression, by E. Van Winkle
- Using the Van Winkle Re-Directing Feelings Technique to Resolve Anxiety and Depression, by E. Van Winkle
- Healing the Split,
by Pat Törngren
- Frank Lake's Maternal-Fetal Distress Syndrome: An Analysis - by Stephen M. Maret, Ph.D.
- Birth Trauma, Claustrophobia and LSD Therapy by Frank Lake, M.D.
- Splitting and Projection
Before, During and After World War Two, by Mary Katherine Armstrong, M.S.W.
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