Can Anger Be Useful?

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Can Anger Be Useful?

So many times we hear that anger is harmful to us, and it does create stress in our lives, but only if we don’t check in on it. You see, anger does have a purpose in our lives. It’s a sort of compass that tells us something’s not right. Anger worn over a long period of time is what really hurts us. Anger has the illusion of power, until we lose our temper, then we are actually shown as being weak. If we really look into our anger it’s usually a cover up for another feeling, because we fall into the trap of thinking that anger sure feels better and more powerful than fear, hurt or pain. And frustration is also known as a weak helpless, powerless feeling. In order to release the anger, we do need to identify what it really is about. I know people that wear their anger like a badge of courage, a wall to keep others out. When we do this, we are not being our authentic selves, we were meant to be happy, gracious, healthy people. If you fall into this trap, find yourself even the slightest irritible at most everything, look into what’s really going on. Take this time for yourself, you deserve it.

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Meridy Hurt April 1, 2015, 10:57 am

I have seen anger being a needed source of energy for an individual to move away from, or against, a previously tolerated but unjust set of circumstances. After the break has been achieved it sometimes turns around and becomes a smouldering resentment of the self that allowed the maltreatment from the outset.

This is when outside help is so useful for the person to recognize how emotions can follow patterns and sequences, and that where there is an unhealthy connection between a reasonable-in-the-circumstances-when-it-happened feeling and the actions that surround that, there can be forgiveness and movement forward.

Hooray for EFT, for NLP, for PNI, for AK and probably a whole bunch of other techniques and therapies – always bearing in mind the words of The Dalai Lama, paraphrased almost certainly:

“Wisdom without compassion is ruthless. Compassion without wisdom is folly”

Strength to you in all you do to help people.

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