Anger. All of us get angry. And most of the time, other people wouldn’t like us when we are angry.
I believe there is nothing wrong with anger in and of itself. We all have the right to feel angry, and it is okay to be angry. However, how we choose to express that anger is the key. I did my first video post today, you can check it out below:
If you don’t want to watch the video and would rather read, here are the two ways your anger can be used for good:
- Anger usually is protecting something deep inside of us. Either a wound or hurt or something sensitive from our past. If we dig though that anger to see what is really going on, we can begin to address and eventually heal from that wound or pain from our past.
- We can use our anger to fight against injustice or something else in our community or world that “just isn’t right”. I’m sure there is a cause or issue or group of people you want to fight for, use that anger to help them. We can be the voice of the unheard and give people back their dignity and offer hope. Our anger is a good place to start with that.
What do you think? Are there other ways we can use our anger for something good?
(this is my first video post, so it is raw, but straight from the heart)[This is Part Three in a Seven Part Limited Series called Weaponized Emotions.]