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Anger 🤬

Anger 🤬

  • Don’t spend your time making other people happy. Other people being happy is their problem. It’s not your problem. If you are happy, it makes other people happy.
  • Anger is a loss of control over the situation.
  • Anger is a contract you make with yourself to be in physical and mental and emotional turmoil until reality changes.
  • Wisdom- Understanding the long-term consequences of your actions.


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