The other side of AngerOn the other side of Anger
we ask you to look inward to embrace the other sides of anger.
Other Side of Wrath (The Other Side Series Book 1)
It was Bryant who recently found out that she was adopted because her mom passed away after she was born. She' s found her dad and is crushed when she finds out that he's in a nasty state and probably won' t be waking up. He comforted her at the clinic. Orielon is a lover of Bryant's true dad, but Oriel didn't know he had a daught.
Bryant can get Bryant an answer to her question, but his father is no ordinary man. Bryant's foster parents were not liked by many in the city, so not everyone was kind to Bryant. Well, he wasn't a big supporter of them either, but he's kind to Bryant. Rich and famous, Bryant and Oiron are great personalities.
He is thoughtful, powerful, talented, protecting and a little bit corrupt. And Bryant's making him come to terms with his past. Sometimes Bryant tries to knock away Orielon, but Oriel doesn't let him do it without a struggle. She has never experienced true affection and she is doomed, but she is a giving, affectionate and kind one.
She' s gifted and is hoping one of these days to own her own restaurants. I' ve felt for Bryant many a time and I'm glad she has boyfriends and finally knows it. After all, I was very fond of The Other Side of Anger. and it matches Bryant and Orion's romance.
A few things were happening and there were a few disclosures I hadn't expected.
That other side of anger
Several of us get along with our anger - and don't let it out if it would be worth doing so. The rage we feel is building up, staying in, suppurating, damaging. We' ve all been told about anger resolution courses and counselling. They' re folks who hide their anger - sometimes as a way of living.
You can be afraid of your anger, believe that anger is false, or don't have the confidence to show your anger. Unfortunately, if we keep too much anger in us, he can overpower us and he will have a tendency to squeal and be driven out in other areas of our being. Rage lets us know something's up.
Who' s right? As I' m not very good at saying my anger when it occurs for the first time, I would have hurt a few connections if I had reacted immediately. So I was sitting on my anger. I' m holding the anger longer than it was sane.
Working on exposing my growing anger long enough to focus on the changes I was looking for. And I could see that the other individual had good reason to do what he was doing. While I remained engaged in an exercise I was interested in, if my anger had been dampened, I would probably have been disinterested in that exercise.
When I was sitting on my anger, he built himself up. Strangely, I began to hug the anger and began to make fun of these guys - it helps to satisfy some prejudices of them. Anger was growing and becoming more ubiquitous. The anger I initially felt (a real response to the acts of others) got out of hand because I had not found a good way to unleash it.
And I realized the need to take full blame for my anger. It was possible to let go of the intense anger by having a record in my head - the amount of money and effort I wasted did not correspond to the significance of the incident. But, since I have not approached those with whom I was angry, there is still a remaining excitement that can "squeak out" in another part of my live - possibly at a point in my lives and in a place where I don't want it.
While I know this wasn't the best option, it will be enough for now, as I'm still working on overcoming my anger - still studying and practising how to react to such a situation. I' d like to know how you handle your anger.