Why Do Some People Hold a Grudge But Very Little Admit to It? (Opinion)
Do you hold a grudge against someone? If so, how does it make you feel? Does it do anything to the person you are holding a grudge against?. I ask these questions because the topic has come up a few times within social gatherings. Everyone who commented on the subject claims not holding a grudge. They also mentioned having no contact with the person who did them wrong. It is a topic that engages a lot of people with different opinions. Since I have no particular people in mind, I will name them “the Grudger” as the one holding a grudge; and “the Grudgee” as the one who committed the offense.
When a Significant Other Airs “Dirty Laundry” in Public: A Mental Health Perspective
This article is free of bias and is, in part, based on personal conclusions in line with those of currently accredited mental health professionals as attributed below. Though I myself am a former mental health professional with training in Psychology, and I will share some relevant information regarding that experience within this article, I am not a doctor and I offer no medical advice herein. Please contact a mental health professional if you suspect apotentially larger issue.
The Greatest Gift is Life so Learn to Live It without Anger
Why is there so much anger in this world? It is as if people were angry at being given another day of life! Whatever happened to waking up and being thankful for another day of life? I see it every day on the road, on social media, while shopping, and I wonder what has happened to humanity?
Do's and Don'ts for Conflict Resolution
It’s normal to have conflict in relationships. People are different, and their desires and needs will inevitably clash. Resolving disagreements in a healthy way creates understanding and brings couples closer together. The objective should be the betterment of the relationship. This is a positive conflict. Below are 24 suggested rules–12 Do’s and 12 Don’ts–for actualizing this goal.
It is Time to Own Up to Our Own Mistakes
I do not tolerate well people who push the blame on someone else, other than themselves, for things that go wrong in their life. I know a few people who act this way and realize their parents were not the best examples to follow. So why continue the same pattern? You are not obligated to do the same as your parents did. I believe we are responsible for the way our life turns out. Yes, we all have problems and not everyone had a perfect childhood. We all have encountered hard times and struggles. But we learned from those struggles - or some of us did. Most of us realize where the problem stems from and take action to avoid repeating the same situations. The issue lies when some people never attempt to correct it, even when they know that there is a problem and what the root of the problem is.
Manage Anger And Frustration!
Anger and frustration - who doesn’t struggle with them at various points in life?. Teenagers probably have to bear the brunt of it during their growing years. Just like love and happiness, these two are emotions you just cannot do away with. There is not a relationship under the sun where the impact of these emotions is not felt.