You know it’s OK to be angry, right?
Well, it is. It’s what you do with it that matters.
Yelling, shaming and blaming is a bad way to go.
Instead, use it as a red flag to let you know something is wrong. It might be that you’re tired (make a point of getting more sleep). It might be something going wrong in a relationship (consider it a wake up call and talk when you’ve calmed down). It might be that you have too much to do (simplify, learn to say no).
If you figure out you are angry at an injustice. That’s cool. What can you do about it?
It’s OK to be angry. Just turn it into a tool. Take the time to understand what is bugging you and then work to fix the issue.
Be angry and do not sin … Ephesians 4:26a ESV
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