Anger Buddy Bill of Rights

We have the right to be use - the way we are, the way we want to be as long as it does not effect the rights of others and well being of ourselves.

We have the right to grow, to change, to become, to reach for any goal, be limited only by our degree of talent and amount of effort.

We have the right to privacy - in a marriage, a family -the right to keep a part of our life a secret, because we want it to be that way.   And we have the right to be alone part of each day, each week, and each year, to spend time with ourselves.

We have the right to be loved and to love, to be accepted, cared for.

We have the right to ask questions, of anyone, at any time, so long as it is our business to, to be listened to and taken seriously.

We have the right to self-respect and to do everything we need to do to increase our self-esteem so long as we hurt no one.

We have the right to be happy, find something in this world that is meaningful and rewarding to use and gives use a sense of completeness.

We have the right to be trusted and to trust and to be taken at our word.   If we are wrong, we have the right to be given a chance to make good, if possible.

We have the right to be free as long as we act responsibility and our mindful of the rights of others and those obligations that we entered into freely

We have the right to win, to succeed, to make plans, to see those plans fulfilled, to become the best that we can possibly become.

 

 

  Wilson Poirier ( Webmaster ) 2005-2006