letting anger go underground, not a good idea

No, I ‘m not suggesting yelling and screaming.

angry face
angry face

But if we always “pussy-foot” around issues and around people. But what do we accomplish except to prolong a situation until it comes non-repairable.

That’s where I am today after having spend a sleepless night last night and a rough few days. All of this centers around the young person I’ve mentioned before  in this blog. Their actions have tested the limits. There has been dis-respect and lying. There has been a total disregard for the norms of living in someone else’s house.

Here’s the thing about letting anger go underground. You don’t help yourself and you don’t help the other person.

I will be addressing this person. I will be angry. I won’t feel bad about that.

This person needs a good dose of “angry person”.

If Jesus felt it were appropriate at times, I guess it should be good enough for all of us. I love the directness of everything Jesus said. He didn’t mince words. He didn’t try to “soften the blow.” He didn’t  take back his remarks. And yet he was loving through all it.

Don’t be afraid of your anger.

Anger directed and expressed properly is a good thing.

It has prompted many grass roots movements that have bettered mankind.

God bless and I really hope you have a good day.

1 thought on “letting anger go underground, not a good idea”

  1. I’m a bit of a passive aggressive myself, so I totally get where you’re coming from. Sounds like your living situation is far from ideal right now, and I commend you for the patience you’ve shown this person thus far. It’s tough when we give so much of ourselves only to be taken advantage of. You seem like an incredibly sweet person so I truly hope that you and your house-guest can sit down and have a good conversation and resolve some issues that have led to all this. Let us know how it turns out. Thinking of you…

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