When You Find Yourself Trying to Fix Someone Else’s Anger

When you find yourself constantly trying to fix someone else’s anger problem, please remind yourself of this:

Your anger is not my problem.

For as long as I can remember I have had a highly attuned sense to people’s emotions. Between family and friends I have been around more than a fair share of angry people. What I didn’t realize is that I was part of the problem.

I tried to fix their anger because it made me uncomfortable. This fixing behavior caused me boat loads of grief, as I constantly searched for ways to avoid being uncomfortable around somebody else’s anger.

No more. It’s not responsibility, it’s not my problem.

I am going keep traveling down my road of peace and happiness and I don’t have to take everyone else along.

Your inner state of being is your choice, not my job. :)

If you find yourself in fix it mode and are looking for ways to let go of that heavy load feel free to contact me at Laura@goodgirlshealth.com , I can help:)

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