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Life is so precious and so short. So why do we waste so much time acting in ways that harm us? Most of the people I know say that what they want is to be happy and live a peaceful life. However, we all know how difficult it can be. After all, things happen that annoy, frustrate, and hurt us. We have the right to be angry. But if you’re the type to get mad at all kinds of things, you might want to see how you’re creating your own misery. In fact, anger can do terrible things to your mind and body and can even shorten your life.
By holding on to your anger, you don’t allow yourself to forgive. This makes him skeptical of others and fear of hurting himself again. The problem with this attitude is that you become bitter and over time your optimism and confidence diminish; you become less tolerant of others and perhaps a little too rude and sarcastic. Also, your body remains tense, nervous and agitated and it becomes more difficult to get rid of those feelings of hostility and disgust.
So ruminating, repeating, and regretting things that have already happened just doesn’t work well for your emotional well-being. So if your goal in the latter part of your life is to have closer relationships, lots of friends, cordial colleagues. and an active social life, then recognize how your thoughts backfire and sabotage your good intentions.
You can ask yourself the following questions to get an honest reality check on your thinking:
1. Does being angry relax or incite you?
2. Does blaming others make you feel loving or disconnected?
3. Does yelling really help you communicate better or does it alienate you?
4. Does worrying make you feel good or create more tension?
It seems obvious that harboring a lot of anger can actually be harmful. Understand that if you can’t change your situation, you need to find another way to respond or let go. Be aware of your reaction to things, and you will find that you have a tendency to make things worse than they really are. Don’t be like the woman who hadn’t talked to her father for three weeks and when she finally decided to make amends, she died suddenly.
Life is too short to stay angry, as there is hardly enough time to make things happy and fun. Don’t waste those precious angry moments when time can best be spent chasing your dreams and fulfilling your bliss. Anger has its place and its time. Just don’t let anger get so far out of hand that it determines your daily thinking. Your happiness does not depend on your set of circumstances, but on how you act accordingly.