For the sake of your future health and wellbeing, do what you have to do to feel and express you anger. Once you realise that anger is just another emotion and has the same weight as happiness, for example, you begin to accept and almost welcome it into your life. You’re right- because anger is such a heavy emotion, another emotion like hopelessness can often replace it.


Anger and CFS have played a huge part in my healing, but I had to admit that I was angry first and foremost (which is often the hardest part). For example, I was hospitalised with jaundice after I had Glandular Fever, which in energetic terms, is a clear sign of holding on to anger and feeling resentful.





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