Working with Anger
Updated: Jun 28
It is extremely common for the adult children of narcissistic parents to experience feelings of anger, rage, and even hatred toward their parents.
I know this from my own experience and research, as well as the experience of my clients.
There is a big difference between having feelings and acting on them.
I support my clients with allowing big feelings, taking skillful action, and discerning between the two.
Clients often need support thinking through their decision of whether or not to express difficult but real feelings to a narcissistic parent.
Together we can explore what is in your heart, re-connecting to your inherent wisdom, and how to take action (or not) from a place of confidence and trust.
You can find more information about survivors of narcissistic parents here.
About the Author
Diana Calvo is a psychotherapist and coach who helps people get unstuck and transform their day-to-day experience of work and life. After 20 years successfully climbing the corporate ladder, Diana experienced her own journey of healing and awakening. She discovered her true calling to guide others on their journey out of suffering and into a life of purpose and joy. Diana left the corporate world to start her own coaching business. She lives in Denver, Colorado with her dog Joey and a beautiful view of the mountains. She works with clients across the globe.