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Anger Addiction
By soberfocus
8/30/2011 3:33:46 PM
I am going to do the same awareness I used for my smoking and my online drifting for my anger. I am sick and tired of being angry.

I am giving it over to God, I have just had a colleague step into my area, and try to inform me of what my job is. I don't want to wait and drive off home with this. I am writing right now. This is something I am turning over. This in relation to alll the other interactions I have on a dailiy basis is tiny. This relationship means very little to me. The individual does this without thinking, and may have even felt like he was helping.

I am giving it over because the cosst is too great to allow anyone to shorten my fuse. My kids deserve a father who is pacient and kind.

Sober Focus.... awww I feel better now.

Comments:

Good job!    
"Good job. It's good to identify what will trigger a reaction and nip it in the bud before it grows into something ugly. It's also good to identify that the person may have been trying to help.

You've helped me take a look at myself and my own interactions and see if I am being as controlled and rational as you are. Thanks for sharing this experience."
posted at 09:48:08 on August 31, 2011 by iwillnot
Inspirational    
"It is like you are doing steps 1 through 7 in one sweeping moment! I totally need to do this too! Thanks!"
posted at 15:06:11 on September 1, 2011 by maddy


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"My brethren who are caught in this addiction or troubled by this temptation, there is a way. Don’t accommodate any degree of temptation. Prevent sin and avoid having to deal with its inevitable destruction. So, turn it off! Look away! Avoid it at all costs. Direct your thoughts in wholesome paths. Please heed these warnings. Let us all improve our personal behavior and redouble our efforts to protect our loved ones and our environment from the onslaught of ography that threatens our spirituality, our marriages, and our children. "

— Dallin H. Oaks

General Conference, April 2005