Wishing you courage

"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying 'I will try again tomorrow'."
- Mary Anne Radmacher

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Much better

Whew, was I ever pissed last night.  Today is much better mood swing wise; the rant and the brownies worked!  Do you think it's possible to internally dissolve anger or does it have to be released?  Exercise and talking or writing about it help me, but is there a way to just think anger away?

Tonight, box office ticket availability willing, I'm seeing one of my favorite bands and SnuggleBunny is coming with me!  The ex didn't come with me when I saw them a few years ago, not that I need company all of the time but it makes me feel happy that SB is willing to sit through a band that he isn't very familiar with just because I want to go to the concert.

Other good things (to make up for yesterday's ultra grumpy post):
  • Work is going well today.
  • Lots of kitty snuggles last night.
  • Products of recent on-line shopping trips are on their way, including the Clarisonic Plus, which I am convinced will completely change my life!


Jenn said...

Thank you very much for the kind words you left on my blog. They are so appreciated. I've read through your blog a bit and just wanted to say I've found a lot of what you write to be very inspiring, very positive. I'll be continuing to read, thanks again for the support.

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Catherine W said...

Aha the brownies did work!

Hope you get the tickets. Glad that SnuggleBunny is going with you.

Now I have to go and find out what this life changing thingy ma jig is! I'm intrigued.

Elaine said...

Very few things in life are as comforting as brownies!!

You got to let the anger out, if you bottle it up for too long you will emotionally explode. Been there done that.

Barbara said...

I think the brownies, specifically the chocolate in the brownies soak up all the bad stuff and convert it into something better.

At least that's what I tell myself in the middle of a chocolate fix.

However it happens, talking, shouting, exercising, eating, painting, thinking, anger will find a way out, even if it is an explosion.


Sophie said...

To answer your question, no, I think you need to externalise your anger. Annoying isn't it.