Fibromyalgia,  Health

Anger

I believe the lie that anger will give me strength when it actually drains energy from me like a parasite.

I believe the lie that anger will give me authority.

I believe the lie that anger will help me deal with my pain.

I believe the lie that anger about my situation will change it.

I believe the lie that it is my right to be angry.

I believe the lie that anger should always be expressed.

I believe the lie that anger will make people listen to me more.

I believe the lie that I should be angry when I can’t control my life.

I believe the lie that I should take a stand against my fibromyalgia by being angry with it.

I believe the lie that anger will help me build good habits through clenching fists and gritted teeth.

 

I must remember that strength comes from the fight for joy.

I must remember that love leads.

I must remember that this pain will pass.

I must remember that my attitude about my situation is what matters.

I must remember that it is my right to fight for joy.

I must remember that expressing my feelings in writing always helps.

I must remember that people listen to those who care about them.

I must remember that I never had control of my life, it is run by the Best Director.

I must remember that the enemy is not my fibromyalgia but my attitude toward it.

I must remember that good habits are formed through prayer and God’s gift of self-discipline.

 

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