I am bitter and angry

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Quote by Shannon L. Alder: “I am convinced that the jealous, the angry, the...”

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Todd White - Being Angry With God

Five key differences between anger and bitterness

Beyond a seven-digit bank account and a title beside your name, being fulfilled and happy as an individual only takes one simple rule: celebrate life and have the right perspective to accept its imperfections. So what are the signs you are bitter and how can you stop this negativity from sabotaging the good life that you deserve? You think you deserve more than what you get — in life and love. Are you making the necessary effort to be worthy of that job upgrade? Are you working hard enough to hone your skills and finally get that dream job of yours?

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Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. - By: Tommaso Meli. Bitterness can feel worse than anger because it involves feeling helpless.

Do you know the difference between anger and bitterness? Two weeks ago I wrote all about anger. I said anger was a short-lived reaction while bitterness was a sustained feeling. In this post I want to elaborate on what I meant by that and really try to explain the differences between the two. When you've been wronged, like by being bullied, it's normal to experience both anger and bitterness. The anger will come first with the bitterness coming after if the anger is not dealt with.

Even someone who has it all — the job, the security, the family, the partner, the friends, the money, and the long holidays — can still end up feeling bitter. They can be pretty unpleasant company and being with them can make you feel negative too. If you let them, they can have all kinds of negative effects on your life. Only they can help themselves. They Hold Grudges We all get angry sometimes, but misunderstandings and arguments are normally cleared up and forgotten. Those who are bitter, however, will find it very difficult to let something go , even when everyone else has forgotten about it. They just want to complain to you about what someone said to them, something that happened to them, or just the state of the world in general and how it affects them negatively.

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