For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness

by Tiffany | September 1, 2020 5:39 pm

I don’t think that I have made it a secret about a lot of things in my life, or the circumstances in my hometown or state even. These things can take a toll on life, health, and happiness if I let them, and while it’s impossible not to feel disappointed or angry at times, I work at this and do not allow it to take my heart. I’m not a permanent victim playing a violin, I am a strong woman who wants more.

While it’s not always that easy to just be happy, it 100% takes work and a strength that is not always easy to come by, but I do it anyways. I’ve talked about my JustNo family members who would rather be filled with ignorant, hate, and bigotry than to be good, and it hurts to see people who you are related and love be like this. Which is why there is more distance and more of them on my blocklist now. Then like in this current climate of the US and the world and how a whole state, town, and country could go so backward on so many things. I mean I could sit here and feel sorry for myself, or I can try to make a change and focus on what makes me happy? I choose happiness.

Bad things happy daily, like just yesterday someone stole things from my dad and yesterday what would have been my papa’s 88th birthday, which the anniversary of his death was on the 3rd of August. My papa was a great grandfather, and he was the only one I had. While I talk a lot of shit about “old people” (I’m not sure if I have on this blog, but definitely in real life), my papa was not one of them, he is a star. My point is that I could cry about the bad things that happen all the time, or not.

When I feel myself getting mad or upset about first of breath, I think now is not the time to react, because when I react in anger than it’s never good, I wait until I have a clear head. If that doesn’t work, I drink tea, my next thing is to watch something funny, and lastly, sometimes it’s just nap time. Those all normally work the majority of the time.

So, how do yall deal with your anger? Have any tips?

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