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Managing your anger!

Please realize that you may shy away from looking at your anger. Our investigation will not be straightforward but will be as tight as peeling an onion. Why?

An example is seen as I’m writing this manuscript. I found my mind drifting to the birth of my niece’s son and my desire to be a mother. Tears began flowing while my brain remembered the focus of my anger, and my heart reflected how my ex-husband refused to go for a sperm count. He would not discuss why he declined. I remember that I was furious and turned to overeating foods for comfort. This morning tears are running down my cheeks, and I realize that I need to manage my anger.

What is your anger? Please pause to consider. Thank you.

The Choice

When the painful crisis occurred, you may have sought help to deal with the pain or not. The choice of nothing was seen as you may had chosen to manage multiple other matters. Now the time has arrived that your reality is you want to heal your heart. You may have asked the question, ‘Why should I bother to heal?’#the.choice #WhyshouldIbothertoheal? #dealornot

 

Your response is…..

Remembering the painful life crisis, you may react like you did when it occurred. One response is that you couldn’t understand what happen, dread, or any number of bodily responses such as nausea, pain, sweating, rapid heart or respiration. When the situation occurred, you may have sought help to deal with the pain or not. The choice of nothing was seen as you had multiple other matters to handle. As time passes, you come to the reality that it was time to heal which leads us to the next question, ‘Why heal our mind, body, and spirit?’