Got road rage? I know I do. My inner road demon usually flares up when it’s time to leave for work, and when it is time to go home. Unless traffic is perfect (i.e. non-existent), I know that at some point along the way I’m going to want to yell at someone or flip them off.
For 2,000,000 years, anger lets mammals say, “I am BETTER than you.”
Don’t argue your path with other people. Walk it.
Forgiveness means that you’re done waiting for the person who broke you to come put you back together.
I turned my back on everyone, walking away with my middle finger in the air and my suitcase at my side. I left, but they followed.
He’s really mad.
Today I will not argue with you. Tonight I will not whine to express my annoyance. Right now I will not be speaking to you at all. Consider yourself lucky.
1. Anger management is bullshit.
I screamed in the kitchen and I cried in the floor. I needed order and I didn’t know how to get it.
The world is divided into angry people and free people.