Dr. Nicole Sundene
As a Mom I had a blast with my kid and immediately saw a tremendous therapeutic benefit for my angry hormonal patients, mental health patients, and those heavily challenged by frustrating life circumstances, lost jobs, grief, and loss of loved ones.
The Rage Room is set up as a safe space to express your anger, so you can process it and leave it behind. You can hit bottles with a baseball bat, crush a TV, computer, or printer with a sledgehammer, or make a “Hate Plate” by writing something on a plate that you hate and then SMASHING it to leave that rage behind.
This is a brilliant Nobel Prize winning therapeutic concept that I think everyone should embrace and even better my daughter said it was super fun. So Dr. Mom is happy that her kid is having fun while we are re-purposing waste, processing emotions, and learning more about how our children feel on the inside.
Asking your angry Teen or Tween to make a “Hate Plate” may be a good way to start a conversation about what they are upset about.
Our country has reached an epidemic level of rage. So today I am prescribing The Rage Room to the angry masses. Let’s talk to our kids at an early age and teach them the correct way to express anger and move on. By taking them to the Rage Room you are modeling for them that it is okay to feel upset, and this is a place that we deal with it, release the rage, and move on. Everything you smash at the Rage Room is now in the past and no longer in the present.
Whether your rage is situational or hormonal from PMS, Menopause, Perimenopause, Estrogen Dominance, Postpartum Depression, etc, I promise you will thank me later for my suggestion to take the rage out on objects and not the people you love!
One thing I regularly hear as a hormone doctor treating patients with PMS is the regret, shame, and depression they feel after screaming at their husbands and kids when they were simply hormonal. This is an easy fix. Just keep a period tracker app, and then tell your partner you have PMS and are headed to the Rage Room! They will probably be super grateful and offer to just pay for it 😉
TOP TEN TIPS FOR ANGER
One of my favorite things to do when angry, is to listen to loud party music from the 80’s and 90’s when I had very little stress. These upbeat songs help me shift my angry energy back to the happy party energy I had during more carefree times!
So crank up your favorite happy party music in your car and head over to The Simply Smashing Rage Release Room to smash things, throw things, and leave that hate behind. Use Code: “Doctor” to get a discount on your first therapeutic session. Please whatever you do, just don’t take your anger out on other people! Spreading kindness towards others even when they do not deserve it also boosts mental health. Save that anger, rage, and bad attitude for The Rage Room!
Dr. Nicole Sundene
P.S. No CVS pharmacists were actually harmed in my Instagram video! This video was just a joke, and I greatly appreciate all of the pharmacies, and pharmacists and healthcare workers that have been working working hard during the medication shortages to provide my patients with their hormones and medications. We are ALL frustrated with these supply and medication shortages.
Thank you to every pharmacy and pharmacist for your service!
Dr. Sundene is a Naturopathic Doctor in Scottsdale, Arizona, and is a Female Hormone Expert in Women's Health and Bioidentical Hormones. She specializes in Holistic Women's Health for Menopause, Thyroid, Hashimotos, PMS, Perimenopause, Autoimmune, Postpartum, Chronic Fatigue, Depression, Anxiety, Food Allergies, Digestion, Dermatology, Acne, Psoriasis, Eczema, and Adrenal Hormonal Conditions. In 1999 she began working for a Hormone Doctor prior to starting Naturopathic Medical School. With over 23 years of experience in both Prescription and Natural women's health and hormones, she presents to women the best-integrated health solutions for their Chronic Disease.
She has been an Herbalist for over 28 years and enjoys teaching women how to use herbs to balance their hormones, nutrition and optimize their health. Dr. Sundene relies on blood testing for her hormone metrics. The hormone testing is covered per the patient's insurance plan (not Medicaid) and conducted at certain points in the woman's menstrual cycle. To learn more about Hormone Testing for Women Visit: Bioidentical Hormones. Follow Dr. Sundene on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for more tips on Women's Health, Female Hormones, and Naturopathy!