17 Jan Susan’s Sound Advice #438
None of us is immune from being wronged by another person. We can dot all the i’s and cross all the t’s, and still end up being the victim of unethical behavior. We can either let it eat away at us or move ahead with the great strength that is within us all. When we feel that we were “wronged” it’s easy to become fixated and ruminate over the situation. But, at some point, and, preferably, as soonas possible, it’s best to just put a period and move on. You can try expressing your anger to the person who offended you. This may help you move on, but keep in mind that you can’t control how that person will respond, you can only control how you express yourself. Injuries such as these can really burn, but never let someone keep you angry. Remind yourself that anger hurts you more than the person who upset you, and visualize it melting away as an act of kindness to yourself.