Affirmation of the Week #31

In my anger, I find the gift of self-understanding.

When resistance to feeling angry is reduced, it is easier to create space to examine the roots and branches of anger.

Part of anger is a habitual response.

Another part of anger is a reasonable reaction to a frustrating or vexing situation.

And the most important part is that anger is a front for deeper, more perplexing emotions or reactions to experience.

While understanding that anger is offering a new perspective is challenging, I realize that changing my habit will shift my life.

Thus:

In my anger, I find the gift of self-understanding.

 



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