Overcoming Anger 1

Proverbs”To be angry is to let others’ mistakes punish yourself.”

According to Cambridge Dictionary:Anger is a strong feeling that makes you want to hurt someone or be unpleasant because of something unfair or unkind that has happened:

The journal CNS Spectrums reported in 2015 that 7.8 percent of people in the United States experienced “inappropriate, intense, or poorly controlled” anger.
This was more common among adult males.

There’s a perception that people that has visible challenges are aggressive,but it’s not true.People with challenges are vunerable and people easily take advantage of them, when they speak out! their oppressors call them aggressive.

A woman was emotionally abused and when she speaks out someone said “she is angry because she don’t have a husband”
A bank in Nigeria took advantage of my wheelchair and defrauded me of 50 dollars, and they will say”he is aggressive because he is on whelchair”

Anger is a normal feeling and can be a positive emotion when it helps work through issues.

Failing to manage your anger can lead to a variety of problems like saying things you regret, yelling at your kids, threatening your co-workers, sending rash emails, developing health problems, or even resorting to physical violences.

Anger can become problematic if it leads to aggression.

Psalm 37:8
“Don’t give in to worry or anger; it only leads to trouble.”

To be continued.

August 19, 2020

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