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What Djokovic’s Smashed Racket Tells Us About Ourselves

A mindful exploration of what is triggered in us and what it relates to.

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I was talking to a friend about the men’s tennis finals. She was distraught at the rage with which Djokovic smashed his racket. She was disturbed by his inability to regulate the intensity of his emotions and the eruption of violence.




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Serge Prengel

Serge Prengel

Serge Prengel is a therapist. He is the author of Bedtime Stories For Your Inner Child and other books. See:

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