How often has fear kept you from doing things you intuitively know you should do? How many times have you felt anxiety or depression because you directed your anger inward? These self-defeating impulses aren’t just inconveniences; they shape the way we live our lives. If we don’t uncover the mindfulness needed to balance them out, they end up holding us prisoner.
Anger & Attachment
Charlie Ambler

This post is most helpful to me currently. Lately, I have found myself lashing out at inanimate objects or at petty annoyances like bad drivers. This is due to repressed and pent up anger and other emotions, toward myself and others which were not resolved. I never learned to appropriately deal with anger because I thought it was a moral failure to harbor such feelings or thoughts.

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