Thursday Trench Truth
Do you feel persistently angry with other family members and/or yourself?
One of our trenchers shares these words about her persistent anger
Currently and in the recent past, I have been angry at my siblings. The way that I get
angry with them is by withdrawing. I am currently in a quiet storm with one of my
brothers, both of whom don’t seem to ‘get me’ and where I am coming from. They don’t
seem to care what I am feeling, nor do they want to hear how I am feeling about them,
about myself, about what is or isn’t going on in my life. So, I continue to be angry by
withholding myself from them.
“I don’t exactly know why I am angry with them to the extent that I am. Perhaps it is a
perceived perception on my part of what they think of their older sister. I’m sure it’s
disappointment. So, I distance myself even more. It’s like this never-ending cycle.
Are you in a not-so-healthy cycle of anger and frustration when it comes to any of your
Join us for Surrendering to Serenity to learn how to break that cycle, coming to a trench