“Infuse tranquility into your life and relationships.”
Accepting responsibility for what you are feeling is hard, especially when what you are feeling is anger. If you leave angry feelings unresolved, they may turn into resentment, envy, jealousy, revenge and, eventually, hatred. These emotions also lie at the root of depression. And, who wants that?
Is there something that repeatedly makes your blood boil, that you end up screaming and yelling about, every time the subject comes up?
Ask yourself if you’re overreacting or taking something too seriously. If you still feel your anger is justified, change your response. The relief that comes after screaming and yelling is short lived.
Look for more constructive ways to vent. For starters, try talking your way through your anger, instead of reacting with rage.
Be proactive, take charge, be calm and bask in the light of serenity.
©Jane Powell – Meditations for Women
Today’s Affirmation: I am in control of my anger.