Give Up Anger

“Is it worth it? Is the anger, resentment and stress you feel in your body paying off?” – Until Today

A study in the European Heart Journal shows the incidence of heart attack was almost five times higher in the two hours after an angry outburst, and the risk of stroke increased three-fold. The study showed that the more intense or frequent the blowups, the higher one’s heart risks. I’m so over being angry, it’s such a waste of energy. Today I give up anger and instead choose to be grateful that ILML! 

— JamieQ

2 thoughts on “Give Up Anger

  1. Fear means I might not get my way; anger means I’m not getting my way; and resentment means I DIDN’T get my way.
    I find that when I’m angry, it’s usually because I’m not being lauded as all-important by everyone under my reign. 😉


    • So right. Like a little child kicking and screaming, pounding the rug with my hands and feet, I’m upset because the world isn’t doing it my way. I’m so over being a drama queen!

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