Anger, Bitterness, & Hate
Anger is a normal stage of grief. We may feel angry with our spouse, someone who is responsible for his or her death, or even at God. Anger if embraced will lead to bitterness and hate. These emotions destroy our character and our relationships. Learning how to redirect thoughts of anger aid us in feeling the spirit and moving forward in healing.
From the Editors Desk
Vendella is a mom of three whose husband was killed in Iraq. She shares her struggle through anger and how her faith has helped to heal her. Read more about Vendella and her faith on her profile page
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