Recently I wrote and published the article: Living with the Impact of a Brain Injury, Anger, and Resentment. To offer the information within the article to individuals who learn through watching and listening, I am creating a video presentation of the article.
To listen to and watch the video presentation of the article, you may click on this link: Living with the Impact of a Brain Injury, Anger and Resentment Video Presentation
To read the complete article, you may click on this link: Living with the Impact of a Brain Injury, Anger, and Resentment
Below is an excerpt from the article:
Living with the impact of a brain injury can be frustrating.
Living with the impact of a brain injury can open the door to a wide range of emotions.
Anger and resentment can be among those feelings.
Living with the impact of a brain injury can leave us vulnerable to blaming others and ourselves.
In the process of blaming others and ourselves, anger and resentment become the “undertow” of our souls.
Instead of finding freedom, anger and resentment keep us stuck in a cycle of blame. In the process, we become victims of our circumstances.
As an individual living with the impact of a brain injury and an invisible disability, I joined in with the “chorus of blame” for many years.
In the process, I unknowingly pushed other people away and felt alienated from myself. In the process, I unknowingly maintained a victim “mindset”.
A mindset that kept me stuck.
I did so unknowingly because I did not know any better. I did so because I did not know that I could find freedom through accepting other people, myself and my circumstances.
What I discovered helped and continues to help me to let go of my anger and resentment. What I discovered helped and continues to help me to find freedom and hope.
Resentments and the Power of Forgiveness
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