The very best thing you can do with any and all of your angry feelings is to slow down, take a breath, and express them to God. He can handle it. And he can help you. He already knows about your anger and he’s already provided the emotional resources you need to work through it in a holy and healthy way.
If you struggle with outbursts of anger, it’s almost always because you’ve repressed your emotions. That could be as small as having a bad day and getting really grumpy with your family because of it, or it can be as devastating as repeating generational cycles of physical or emotional abuse.
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