Most of us want to be loved by and feel loving towards the people who are important to us. When we think we’re not loved, we feel unhappy. When we feel unhappy, we often either stay stuck in the unhappiness or try hard to change things so that we can feel happy again.
When someone is unhappy in a relationship, often what happens is observing what’s “wrong” with the other person and thinking: “If only he/she would change in a certain way, then I’d be happier.”
When another person does not change in the ways that we want, the result is feeling perpetually angry and resentful.
Large doses of these emotions harm us and prevent us from feeling our love. The path back to happiness starts by releasing and resolving these toxic emotions so that love can be restored.
Leanne’s Story: Releasing a Lifetime of Anger and Resentment
Let me tell you what happened for Leanne, an accomplished and highly creative dancer, performer, and teacher.
Leanne came to me feeling very tired. Tired of feeling angry, resentful and unhappy for many years.
She said: "My anger is killing me."Read More