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Rage

Friday, January 25, 2013

A very dear Sparksfriend suggested I blog about a word if I ran low on idea, and I found that very inspiring. I'd planned to use some pleasant or motivational words. But I've just changed my mind.

RAGE = violent anger, fury and so forth…

Well, someone pissed me off in a big way yesterday. Could you tell? And not too much I can do about it without making things worse.

By some miracle, I did not go home at eat anything I should not have. I'm grateful for that, and quite pleased with myself.

But I'm still really annoyed, and in no mood for forgiving. And I know that the best thing to help you is exercise. Not in the mood for that either.

I'm hoping blogging and journaling will help.


Ok, so aside from bingeing, forgiving, exercise and murder, how do you cope with extreme anger, blind fury, overwhelming rage, or even your run-of-the-mill being pissed-off?
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2BDYNAMIC 1/25/2013 8:52PM

    Well Chris is right .......... forgiveness sets YOU free! ............ sometines we need to secretly 'forgive' that person in private ........ (Don't blunder up and announce: I FORGIVE YOU!!" ........... lest you start a war! ....... and real quick ............. One person I have worked w/ that is 'difficult' annoys me ................. But my DH is my sounding board and he will caution me: ................. emoticon allowing this person IN your head! He also told me if I let someone irritate me, then it is I who has the problem ............. cause like what was said ................... They are usually clueless .............. so write them off .................. and don't give anyone that kind of POWER! ................ Exercise does help get rid of some stress but it does really have to take place in the heart .......... (that's where it all begins) ............ emoticon You can do it!! and do it for you ..................

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GARDENCHRIS 1/25/2013 7:16AM

    writing it down helps also.... you need to get rid of it... the other person is probably clueless about how angry you are and could care less... otherwise they would not have done whatever it was.

forgiveness is NEVER EVER about the other person... it is for US!...we forgive because it will then release us from having to hold this person or thing forever in a cage and looking at it.... causing us anguish. The other person or thing is clueless.

hang in there ..... take care of YOU!

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CAPECODBABE 1/25/2013 6:38AM

    Bingeing, forgiving, exercise and murder pretty well covers it.

You could try talking to this person, if not hopefully time will help.

Just don't eat your rage.

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