Anger Colonic for Room 111 **Guest Blogger**

Anger, It’s Deep. It’s been pushed down for so long and it’s so much that now it’s always near the surface. What do I do with it? How do I get rid of it? As a woman, I should be sugar and spice and everything nice right? So how does the cayenne pepper of anger fit into my spice rack of life? I feel as though if its ever released, it would be a never-ending flow of fury– years of being hurt,abused, misunderstood, and just a general feeling of not belonging.

Anger, it’s foreign to the body but yet has a familiar feeling. It’s draining trying to hold it in all the time, trying to path up the cracks, making sure nothing seeps out. What would happen if I stopped patching?

How does anger fit into The Christian lifestyle? Is It sinful to be angry? Vengeance is mine says the Lord but sometimes…. What’s a girl To do?

All these questions are confusing but at least for the moment Im not angry.

Until Next Time,

WilloW J. Dew

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  1. #1 by Venus on August 20, 2013 - 8:41 am

    I personally dislike to be angry. It takes too much of your energy away. I’m glad that you’re not angry! Pray about your situation! One way to get rid of anger is to forgive the person that made you angry. -Venus

  2. #2 by starsinhereye on August 20, 2013 - 4:35 pm

    anger is a natural human reaction. I think where we need to concentrate is what we do with it. That’s the Christian part. We have to forgive and let go, but it takes time and prayers. I, like you, am going through a lot of anger right. I did not handle it as wisely as I once thought and it’s coming back to bite me.
    To sum up: anger is ok. Your action may not be.
    Praying for you and your anger.
    ~Audrey

  3. #3 by Renee N. Smith on August 21, 2013 - 9:13 pm

    Anger is not always a bad thing.. what makes anger “bad” is when we misuse it. Anger to motivate us to make a change in our lives that we might not do without the emotion to motivate us. Just don’t allow anger to seep in and make you bitter..that is the danger of anger. Anger can seep into other areas of your life and destroy relationships and rob you of happiness. Anger like Audrey said is a natural reaction..sometimes you will get angry before you realize why you are actually angry. Maybe looking at the root and not the reaction is the most important thing. What causes the anger? Jesus got anger..when people were selling items in the Temple he knocked over tables and chased them out. Pray before you react..and let God handle the rest

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