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5 Ways To Work Through Resentment

Published on 2/4/2016
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Resentment is like taking poison and hoping the other person dies. It's a powerful and private emotion that all of us have experienced at least once, if not many times, in our lives. Often it comes on unexpectedly, washing over us like a wave, both powerful and unstoppable, until we're drowning in it.

I am currently experiencing this emotion. Not because of anything anyone said to me, but due to a chiropractic adjustment I had. Evidently I store all of my repressed anger and resentment in my neck muscles, and after my neck was adjusted and those tight muscles released, my system was flooded with these emotions.

In the past 24 hours, I've been irrationally angry over things I cannot control, over events I cannot control, over how I've allowed others to treat me.... to the point where my heart rate jumped and my breathing became shallow.

So, this morning, I've published a piece on 5 easy ways to work through resentment. If I were to guess, I'd say I wrote this piece more for me than anything else.

Resentment affects our physical and mental health. It can lead to stress, anxiety, and even depression. Left alone, resentment can cause us to act out irrationally, damaging important relationships and hurting others who have done nothing wrong.

If you're struggling with resentment, please take a few minutes to read the article. If you find it useful, leave a comment on the article and please share it with others.

Have an incredible day.

Christian Salafia

Fit Florida Dad and Host of the Hot Mess Express Podcast on iTunes.

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