By Cynthia Geisen. Each of us occasionally feels anxious, lonely, and angry sometimes all at once. We label these as “difficult” emotions because they are uncomfortable and because they often feel unmanageable and confusing. But when we learn to understand and work through these feelings, they can guide us into deeper self-understanding. The pages of this CareNote contain suggestions for coping with, and learning from, experiences of loneliness, anxiety, and anger and difficult emotions that we all experience.