Updated Resources

This article by Pema Chodron explores the practice of patience as a way to respond to anger. You can find that article here: The Answer to Anger & Agrression is Patience

Thanissara, a social activist and Buddhist teacher, suggests that we embrace the power of anger to motivate us in the face of threats to the environment, but to make sure we don’t act with a mind consumed by anger, or hold onto anger and feed it. You can find her article here: Don’t Worry, Be Angry.

Oren Jay Sofer, an Insight Meditation teacher with a focus on mindful communication, has an article that provides helpful suggestions on how to avoid getting stuck in arguments when we’re having difficult conversations with someone. You can find that article here: How to Stop Arguing.