There are two types of anger, and they can become detrimental to you if they linger.
Maybe your partner cheated, or blew every cent in your joint savings account, or invites family to stay over for weeks on end, expecting you to look after the guests…
No doubt you have a right to your anger if you are being put into less than favorable situations. But it’s up to you whether you want to exercise your right to anger, and for how long.
In this blog, I’ll tell you the two types of anger, and tips to effectively manage anger. Please keep reading…
Are you “in anger” with your spouse?
Some of you are nodding your heads as you read this,
because you know exactly what I’m talking
about. You’re suffering with this problem, and it’s tearing
your marriage apart.
But for those of you who aren’t completely clear what I mean
by being “in anger,” let me explain.
I have found that when feelings of love die in a marriage,
the person who is no longer “in love” is often “in anger”
Underlying angry or resentful feelings are present,
and these feelings are tearing the “in love” feelings apart.