Felt angry lately? If you’re human, the answer is probably yes. So the better question is: What did you do about it? Something? Nothing? The wrong thing?
It’s only human to get angry. Yes, while anger is an emotion that comes naturally, it is also the emotion we often have the most trouble feeling and expressing. And the emotion we often have the most trouble dealing with in others.
Life challenges bring up a lot of emotions, including anger. Living with a chronic condition, or living with someone who is living with a chronic condition, can certainly bring up a lot of anger. Whether the anger gets expressed or not, and what happens if it does, is complicated, to say the least.
Feeling angry doesn’t mean you are angry at your partner. It just means you’re angry. And talking about anger doesn’t have to lead to a blow-up.
How do you deal with anger in your relationship? Talk about it? Talk around it? Blow up? And what are the results?
Anger is just anger. And talking about it doesn’t have to lead to a break down in communications. Check out my article in Living with Diabetes.
It would be great to hear about how you are dealing with anger at your house!
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