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Day 2 What make me angry, sad

Discussion in 'Structured Educational Program' started by Willow, Sep 21, 2016.

  1. Willow

    Willow New Member

    My initial thoughts after reading the material for Day 2 are that fear is always at the bottom of these. I had already identified that my fear quickly turns into anger, hurt, sadness etc because I didn't know how to deal with it. When I tried to express my fears as a child I was simply not heard, I was given advice on how I should think and the resulting anger was beaten down usually verbally but also physically quite often. It was a very oppressive household that I was brought up in so I learned to suppress all my feelings.

    Now I have choices, I have free will and I am learning to exercise that.

    3 things that make me feel angry are;

    1) Being oppressed
    2) Being controlled
    3) Being manipulated

    3 things that make me feel sad are;

    1) Cruelty of any kind to people and animals
    2) Seeing others get hurt
    3) Seeing children cry when they are neglected


    Willow
     
  2. Walt Oleksy

    Walt Oleksy Beloved Grand Eagle

    Hi again, Willow. I share with you the things that make you angry or sad. I think most good people share them. Your solution to exercise your free will is a good way of dealing with those things.

    I think you will find great relief from your fears by journaling to discover their sources. Looks like them come from your childhood, as mine did. Once I discovered those repressed emotions from my parents divorcing when I was seven, I healed from severe back pain. I learned more about them in my journaling and it led me to forgive them. I realized they had their own pains from TMS stresses. If we put ourselves in others' shoes, we often understand them better.
     
  3. Willow

    Willow New Member

    All makes sense Walt, thanks again.
     

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