One of my heroes passed away recently.
He was an author, a speaker, a teacher, a counselor, and one of the most profoundly practical men I’ve ever had the chance to be around.
His name was Gary Smalley, and he spent his life investing in other people’s lives–like mine!
His books include classics such as The Blessing, For Better or For Best, The Key to Your Child’s Heart, and many others.
One of my favorites was a book that he wrote years ago for couples. It’s called Making Love Last Forever.
We actually read the book and completed the study as a young married couple while living in Atlanta, GA.
Contained within this wonderful marriage study is a chapter on how to deal with anger. Specifically, this chapter teaches husbands and wives how to “drain the anger” in their hearts.
However, husbands and wives aren’t the only people who have to learn to diffuse anger.
All of us must deal with emotions like anger, bitterness, envy, jealousy, forgiveness, and hurt feelings.
Sometimes, we don’t even realize how hurt and angry we are over a situation.
Today, I’d like to “tell” on myself.
There was a time, not so long ago, when I realized I was holding onto a great deal of anger towards someone.
You can read my anger story and find out about the “7 Secrets to Drain that ANGER You’ve Been Holding Onto.”
Just scoot on over to my friend Ruthie’s site by clicking HERE.
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You can read more about Ruthie’s special series HERE.
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