by Daniel Grippo. “No one is immune to experiencing anger, nor is it necessarily a bad thing. In fact, by exposing our deeper hopes, fears, and wounds, anger can be a valuable teacher. If you use your anger as an opportunity to grow and heal, you no longer will need to lash out at others,” writes CareNotes author Daniel Grippo. Instead of being a weapon that damages, anger that is handled wisely can be an ally that brings you closer to God and to your loved ones. The author helps readers move through and past anger in sections titled: Take some time, create some space, Understand the roots of your anger, Express yourself skillfully, Resolve any anger with God, Identify possible solutions, and Let go and move on.