How to process the toxic emotions - Deepstash

How to process the toxic emotions

While the desire to "get even" is understandable, doing so is likely to make things worse.

  • You could use the feeling of revenge to highlight what you value and prioritize rather than using your energy to dwell on the past. The catalyst lies in channeling the feeling of revenge to something positive.
  • Letting go of toxic feelings can make you feel powerful - not by exercising power over someone else, but over yourself.

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