1. Surround Yourself with Like-Minded Angry People
2 .Invest all your time and energy focusing on how you think someone wronged you
3. Share the wrongdoings with as many people as you can
4. Recount all the negative things people have done to you
5. Carefully weigh how much you do and how little others do
6. Forget the good things that were done to you or others you love
7. Justify your anger by creating stories that help keep you in control
8. Focus on how to punish rather than forgive
9. Hold on to your “justifiable” anger for as long as you can until you become bitter
10. Savor the taste of anger swallowing its poisonous venom for as long as you can
The result: you become a bitter, angry person with manifestations of physical illness.
If you or anyone you know is holding on to anger, I can help. As a coach, I will help you gain a better perspective on what is behind your anger and techniques to manage it better!