Write it down


It’s not healthy to keep anger inside for too long.

If you’re too upset to speak calmly, you can write a note and put it where the other person will see it.

Here are three sentences that may help.

First: “My dear, I am suffering, I am angry, and I want you to know it.”

The second is: “I am doing my best.” This means you are practicing mindful breathing and walking, and you are refraining from doing or saying anything out of anger.

The third is: “Please help me.”

Memorize these sentences or write them on a small piece of paper, the size of a credit card, and put it in your wallet.

Then when you’re angry, you can take it out, and you will know exactly what to do.

Thich Nhat Hanh

Day 13 of the 35 Days of Love

Featured artist: Lauren Worsley


One comment

  1. Great idea!


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