Kiss Goodbye Guilty Anger

Tips for letting go of anger“Stop feeling guilty about angry emotions.”

We’re often told that anger is an undesirable emotion. But, you know what? Sometimes it’s justified.

If someone has crossed the line, you’re entitled to feeling angry. It’s perfectly normal and healthy. There is no reason to feel guilty about your anger.

Next time you feel anger, acknowledge it without self-recrimination. Give yourself permission to feel the rage. Because, when you do, you can work through it, release it and feel joy, again.

©Jane Powell – Meditations for Women

Today’s Affirmation: When I’m angry, I acknowledge it without guilt and then release it.




Comments

  1. MaryK says

    Thank-you so much for the insight. I am holding anger with my significant other, who is mistreating me with his Bad behavior. I have shut him out of my life, but I still care.

    This article reminds me to talk about the issues with him. I can forgive, and let go, if he is willing to change. I believe this is the right thing to do… Thanks….

    • JodiL. says

      Please remember one thing…the only person to change a person is themselves. NOBODY can change a person, except theirself and believe me it isn’t worth it trying to change someone. I just got out a 15 year marriage that should have never lasted that long, but I thought I could change him. Sad part is, he can only change himself and he never will :(

    • says

      Thanks lots for the meditation , i was always in the dark but now i am happy with you daily meditation , you billed my maid and my spirit . i can even talk to my kids with love and respect even in my office i can talk to my client in good miner that before since i an stress free. .
      Good bless you today and fore ever.

  2. Izzy says

    I love this latest wisdom of yours. By thinking anger was a sin and not allowing it to come out, I suffered greatly with physical and mental health. Now that I know I MUST allow the anger to be vented in order for good health, I have realized how instantly it dissipates and is gone from my life instead of being harbored for years within me. Thank you, Jane, for your wise learning tools and reminders that make a daily difference to the quality of my life. Izzy

  3. robin says

    I can be angry process it then let it go. Sometimes I confuse hurt with anger and delve into a lot of self-pity. I am really mad that someone has said some terrible things about a big decision I have made. It does hurt and I am angry. The worse thing about it is this person means to be mean; so I cannot say forgive him for he knows not what he does. I forgive him because I feel sorry for him. He is incapable to look at people in a loving way. It is a sad way to live.

    Forgiveness and unconditional love is the end result of my processing anger.

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